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In 1989, Hendricks relocated to Fairfax, Virginia, where she appeared in several high school plays and local community theater. In 1989, Hendricks relocated to Fairfax, Virginia, where she appeared in several high school plays and local community theater.  

You can be my Wonder Woman, Christina Hendricks [SLIDESHOW]

Redheads have it rough. We’re pariahs in school, viewed as soulless, perfect candidates for skin cancer, and frequently asked perverted anatomical questions. Over the past few years, Hollywood stars like Emma Stone and Lindsay Lohan have sexed up the ginger image, but only “Mad Men” actress Christina Hendricks has influenced red-haired women to finally embrace and appreciate their unique roots. She’s a natural blond, yet there’s no better redhead spokesperson than this hourglass figured southern sweetheart.

Last month, Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn expressed glowing interest in signing Hendricks on for a “Wonder Woman” remake. Whether or not that pans out, Hendricks will always be Wonder Woman to fellow redheads, drooling male fans, and curvy women. Check out our montage of the voluptuous celebrity sexpot, the savior for all carrot-tops alike.

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  • Newly Minted

    I used to be gay until I saw Christina Hendricks.