America loves Dr. Anthony Fauci for his exquisite mind and rugged good looks.
At a time in our country of unparalleled political polarization (with the exception of every single administration prior to Trump), our nation is in complete and total agreement on one thing and one thing only: Dr. Anthony Fauci is one choice piece of ass.
But what is it about Dr. Anthony Fauci that makes men question their sexuality and women swoon for a man who looks like he smells of a well-aged graham cracker? What makes this 79-year-old ‘immunologist’ who rose to prominence on the back of an infectious disease tick?
More importantly, what the hell does an ‘immunologist’ do anyway? I mean, I know their main job in the midst of a pandemic is to roll their eyes at the President and scare the living piss out of people at daily press conferences, but what do they do in the offseason?
The aforementioned questions might be answered soon if the backers of an online petition get their way.
Last Friday, a Change.org appeal calling for Fauci to be named People Magazine’s “sexiest man alive” went viral, garnering over 10,000 signatures from supporters who say Brad Pitt’s abs are a poor substitute for Dr. Faucci’s saggy man-boobs.
“It’s really kind of crazy,” Fauci told Gayle King in an April 2 interview on CBS This Morning, when asked about his family’s thoughts on becoming the ‘Fabio’ of infectious disease.
“We try not to pay attention to that and just focus on the responsibility of the job that we have,” the newly-minted sex symbol continued. “That’s the most important thing, not that other stuff.”