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Ladies, this post is for the men. You are welcome to lurk.

A reader requested this post after I commented on Hello Beautiful's post titled "11 Black Men Who Could Have Been This Year's Sexiest Man Alive."

Hello Beautiful was disappointed that PEOPLE magazine, which caters to a majority white audience, picked a white actor as this year's "Sexiest Man Alive."

It probably didn't dawn on Hello Beautiful that Black men graced the last three 'Sexiest Man' covers.

The following women were chosen for this post because they are intelligent Black women who are successful in their chosen fields. Our community needs good role models for our young women.

Without further ado, check out's 11 Black Women Who Could Have Been This Year's Sexiest Woman Alive.

1. Dyesha Jador (Instagram model)


2. Brooke Valentine (Influencer)


3. Jade Cargill (Wrestler)


4. Shalom Blac (Interior decorator)


5. Sydney Seethal (Instagram model)


6. Rom'nya Akia (Artist/CEO/model)


7. Itsjustnife (Dancer)


8. Tanita Dee (Web designer)


9. Sese Meslayy (Makeup artist)


10. Phaith Montoya (Instagram model)


11. Leslie Sidora (Fashion model)

FYI: This post is for the men. Ladies, you are welcome to lurk.

Instagram model Phaith Montoya went viral over the weekend after she tweeted about the length of her real hair.

Phaith took to to share before and after photos of her healthy hair growth. She captioned the photos: "My hair growth 1 year apart."

Her followers were in awe, because it's so rare these days to see a BBW (Big Beautiful Woman) wearing her own hair.

Plus-size models like Phaith are in demand on nearly every runway during fashion week.

Phaith has over 250,000 followers on Instagram alone. BBWs are so popular that they've quit their jobs to create Only Fans accounts. The money pours in from men who love women with meat on their bones.

Check out more photos of Phaith below.