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Apparently, we and the world got it all wrong! Justin Trudeau isn’t an ‘APEC hottie’, he’s unconventional! Well, according to Vogue magazine anyway.

People magazine recently announced its “Sexiest Man Alive,” and with the usual suspects all included in the list, and David Beckham wearing the crown (duh), Vogue decided to make their own list of “unconventional alternatives to the sexiest man alive.” And guess who’s on the list? That’s right, Canada’s own J.T.

Umm, what?

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Honestly, if six-plus-feet tall, perfect cheekbones, muscles, and a gorgeous mane of hair are unconventional, then we should all strive for that title.

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Naturally, we whole-heartedly disagree with Vogue, and if the media fan-fare and internet-swooning following his election are any indication, we think we have most of the world backing us up.

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At first we assumed they labeled him as an unconventional hottie simply because he’s a politician, but they claim he earned the title because he’s “sexy, feminist, and capable of balancing a baby on one hand.” That’s enough to make anyone fall at his feet, so obviously what they mean by “unconventional” is: Canadian!

Ok, we think we get it now;

Vogue doesn’t think Benedict Cumberbatch is abundantly handsome, he’s just British!

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Domhall Gleeson can’t be sexy, he’s a redhead from Ireland.

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And Aziz Ansari isn’t hot, he’s funny!

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You’ve officially lost us Vogue. Maybe you want to go talk to David Beckham and leave all these “unconventional” faces for us to fawn over. Especially one with brains to match that we also get to call “Prime Minister.”