Continuing the discussion from Sexiest people in their 40s:
I think there are some issues with these rules. I feel that rule #3 is an inaccurate representation of peoples personal attitudes regarding being considered sexy and the type of job that they do. While appearance and/or sexiness may be a necessary qualification of some professions it is rarely the only qualification and certainly one which is found in any publicly prominent profession. Plenty of businesspeople, athletes, authors and many other categories of people would like to be considered sexy no matter what it may have to do with their job, and most people would want to be known for something else even if they work in the entertainment business. There is an implication in this rule that people in general do not want to be considered sexy, which is not an accurate reflection of reality.