While you and your lady friends may love Kate Moss on the cover of the new Vogue, your guy buddies are probably wondering what the hell is so special about this waif anyway. When it comes to actual sexiness, Pam Anderson's the better babe, at least according to the dudes of the world.

When it comes to our taste in women, straight guys, straight girls and gay guys are all over the map. We ladies tend to gravitate toward girls we admire, while our gay male compatriots love an entertaining gal. Straight guys, on the other hand, tend to go for sex appeal, sex appeal, sex appeal. Below, our gallery of women girls, guys and gays go for -- and a small selection of the ones we can all agree on. Tell us what you think in the comments!

Gays, Girls and Straight Guys: The Women We Love

    MEN ARE PIGS
    Marissa Miller (Model) Who is Marissa Miller anyway? Maxim's 2008 #1 Hottest Girl, that's who. Show some respect!

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    Kim Kardashian (Reality Star) Millions of dreamers strive to be famous for something, so imagine how difficult it must be to be famous for nothing. It's either the work of a brilliant mind or a bodacious behind. In this case I suspect the latter.

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    Gisele Bundchen (Super-Brazilian) This Amazonian angel is the highest paid supermodel in the world for having what every man wants -- a body, an accent, and a personality that keeps the focus on the other two

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    Pussycat Dolls (Pop Group) Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like them? Well, I guess if want a case of something more painful than headache and more lasting than cheap clothes.

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    Megan Fox (Transformers Babe) Depending on the angle, Fox is either a poor man's Angelina Jolie or a rich man's Vanessa Minnillo.

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    Pamela Anderson (Pneumatic Sex Symbol) Our era's Marilyn Monroe, Anderson, now in her 40s, is still the ultimate sex symbol by playing it smart and always sticking to her guns, or more accurately, her two d-cup bazookas.

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    WOMEN ONLY WOMEN COULD LOVE
    Sarah Jessica Parker (Actress, Fashion Icon) A Manolo-clad update of Mary Tyler Moore, Parker's Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City did something no woman in TV has done made being single, oversexed, and materialistic okay for all women.

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    Dita Von Teese (Showgirl) A throwback to 1950's pin-ups, this burlesque beauty proves that seduction still has more to do with what isn't shown than what's shoved in your face.

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    Juliette Binoche (Actress) European women aren't born with that certain je ne sais pas -- that natural style and ease -- but women like Binoche make it look beyond effortless to wholly genetic.

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    Tina Fey (Writer, Actress) You'd be hard-pressed to find a female sex symbol in entertainment with glasses and a facial scar, and have an even harder time finding one so smart, talented, and funny.

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