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Whether it's on the catwalk or in the classroom, a woman's curves are a provocative issue
The hottest "Mad Men" women are easily some of the sexiest women on television with their striking beauty and dangerous curves. They may be portraying old-fashioned characters in the 's period drama but their sex appeal rivals that of anyone else on television. The hottest women of "Mad Men" have redefined what is sexy just as "Mad Men" has redefined quality television. While the s advertising agency that the series follows is definitely a man's world, in terms of eye candy actresses like January Jones, Christina Hendricks and Elisabeth Moss win hands down. These leading ladies sure don't get the respect they deserve from their male character counterparts but it's certainly not because they're not all gorgeous. From the many Sterling Cooper secretaries, many of whom also serve as love interests to main character Don Draper, to the bored housewives, the women of "Mad Men" may not look like a lot under the 60s-style clothing and hairstyle, but are each portrayed by beautiful and stunning actresses. After fertility struggles, Trudy and Pete welcome a child, Tammy in season four. Despite clashing with Roger's first wife and daughter, Jane's youth is refreshing to Roger. In a pinch, Don hires Megan to look after his children on a trip to California and after seeing her with this family, which, of course leads to a thriving marriage.
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Women and curves, eh. They never stop sending grown men into raptures. First, we have design guru Stephen Bayley praising them and exalting the female form as beyond paragon, before sticking the deliciously un-PC knife in by saying that what he loves more than our curves is our artifice. We improve on the female form, he says in his new book, through carefully manufactured images. Just think of us as different makes of cars. Then, yesterday, the evidently cloistered Terence Kealey , vice - chancellor of Buckingham University, that hallowed place of learning beloved of fun-loving rich kids, said there was no stopping female undergraduates flaunting their curves in the classroom. Enjoy them, urged this hoary thrill-seeker in his reflections in the Times Higher Education magazine on the seven deadly sins of university life.