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Hottest Activist: Amanda Stuermer

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Name: Amanda Stuermer

Age: 47

Day job: Founder of World Muse

What role does confidence play in sexiness? It takes confidence to show the world who we truly are. Authenticity is the new sexy.

What is sexier: Mind, body or soul? Authenticity comes from having all three in alignment - our thoughts, actions, and beliefs.

Sexiest living female? I am fortunate that I get to work with so many confident, authentic women. There is no way I could choose just one. Many of my personal muses will all be at this year's Muse Conference, by the way.

And what makes them sexy? Women living their truth and inspiring others to do the same—by doing so they are changing the world. That is incredibly sexy.

Has anyone ever written a song or poem to you? My college boyfriend wrote me a beautiful poem for my birthday one year. I later studied Leaves of Grass and realized he had been channeling Walt Whitman.

What's an ideal Valentine's Day date? I prefer random acts of daily love.

Single or taken? I've been happily married to my college boyfriend for 20-plus years. I suppose the poem worked, regardless of who composed it.

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