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Top Ten Sexiest Female Celebrity Atheists

 

In honor of Valentine’s Day (and just because we like to have a lot of fun here at Humanist Network News), we’ve come up with the list of the Top Ten Sexiest Male and Female Atheists! Enjoy!

Please note: This article is just for fun. We of course think the women listed below are sexy for both their looks and their brains. :)

 

#1: Angelina Jolie

Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), actress and director. Won an Academy Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and three Golden Globes. Known for roles in Girl, Interrupted, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Changeling, to name just a few.

In September 2000, The Onion A.V. Club asked celebrities “Is There A God?"

Angelina Jolie: “Hmm... For some people. I hope so, for them. For the people who believe in it, I hope so. There doesn't need to be a God for me.”

#2: Mira Sorvino 

Actress. Won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress her role in Mighty Aphrodite. She is also known for her performances in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Attack on Leningrad and Multiple Sarcasms.

In a 2007 interview with GQ magazine, Mira stated, “When you are a Christian, your law is laid out for you in codified form. You can have some kind of debate about this or that, but basically you're supposed to accept God's will. There is no argument about whether there is a definitive right and wrong. And once you know this law, nobody else can be right unless they agree with you. And so you wind up with, 'You are wrong. You are mistaken. You are sinning. You are in error.' I find that extremely restrictive and impossible.”

#3: Julianne Moore

Actress and author. She has been nominated for four Oscars, six Golden Globes and nine Screen Actors Guild Awards. She is known for roles in Short Cuts, The Big Lebowski and Far from Heaven.

On Inside The Actors Studio:

Host: "What would you like to hear God say to you at the pearly gates?"

Moore: "Well…. I guess you were wrong, I do exist."

#4: Janeane Garofalo

Satirist, comedian, writer, actor, political activist. She has had TV roles on News Radio, The West Wing and The Larry Sanders Show, among many others. Her films have included The Truth About Cats & Dogs, MatchMaker and The Laramie Project.

Janeane frequently discusses her atheism, including in the past on her former radio talk show and on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, and has said: “The Bible, I've said it before, is a beautifully written work of fiction.”

#5: Adrianne Curry

Model and actress. She was the first winner of the reality television series America's Next Top Model.

Tweeted: “I am more agnostic. I do not believe in organized religion, nor do I think the human mind capable of the complexity of reality."

#6: Annika Sorenstam

Professional golfer (until 2008). While playing as a professional, she won 90 international tournaments, including 10 majors.

Was quoted in an article conducted in her native Swedish as saying: “I believe in the good message that's found in religion. But I doubt there's someone up there above the clouds running the show.”

#7: Kari Byron 

Co-host of the TV program MythBusters and host of Head Rush.

Said in an interview with Suicide Girls: "I am an atheist, but I don’t begrudge anyone for whatever belief systems they hold."

#8: Nigella Lawson

Journalist, food writer and broadcaster. She has written the books How to Eat and How to be a Domestic Goddess and has had successful cooking shows on the UK’s BBC Two and Channel 4, as well as Food Network's Nigella Feasts.

Told The Times (UK) (and quoted on Wikipedia): "I was brought up an atheist and have always remained so. But at no time was I led to believe that morality was unimportant or that good and bad did not exist. I believe passionately in the need to distinguish between right and wrong and am somewhat confounded by being told I need God, Jesus or a clergyman to help me to do so."

#9: Asia Argento 

Italian actress, director, singer, writer and model. She won awards for her roles in Perdiamoci di vista! and Compagna di viaggio, as well as an award for directing. She has written novels and magazine articles, and appeared in online outlets and music videos.

In an audience Q+A session, Argento answered a question about her religious beliefs by saying: “God is a concept by which we can measure our pain. I just believe in me. Yoko and me. And that`s reality. The dream is over. What can I say?”

#10: Eva Green 

Actress and model. Her films include The Dreamers, Kingdom of Heaven and Casino Royale.

She told Total Film magazine: "I have no religion. I wasn't raised that way, and I have nothing now.”

Think your favorite atheist celebrity deserves to be on this list? Let us know in the comments section!

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