7 Quotes That Make It OK To Objectify Justin Trudeau (With Gratuitous Shirtless Photos)

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Did someone order a piping hot slice of feminist man-meat?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is known for two things: being an out and proud feminist and for being maybe too hot to exist on this planet. 

While Donald Trump was talking about grabbing pussies, Trudeau was focused on how to make the world a better place for his daughter and women everywhere. 

It's no small wonder that a huge part of the world's population gets weak at the knees when Trudeau's gorgeous face and bod are in the news — because let's be real, there is nothing sexier than a confident, handsome man who believes that women have just as much value as men. 

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Recently, some shirtless photographs of Justin Trudeau caused a Kim Kardashian-like frenzy on the web: The damn internet very nearly broke. 

But if abs and a smile worthy of Disney Prince were all it takes to humble straight women and gay men across the world then Trudeau wouldn't be nearly the head-turner that he is today. 

His policies, beliefs, and public passion for equality make him absolutely worthy of our utter objectification. 

If you still feel guilty about it, I've prefaced each one of these sexy photos of Justin Trudeau with some of his incredibly sexy words.

If masturbating to his abs feels wrong, maybe these quotes will do the trick for you instead. 

1. "I was a high-school teacher. I am a strong advocate for women's rights, and I'm not a woman. "

2. "I am a feminist. I’m proud to be a feminist."

3. "As a father, I want to know my daughter will have the same opportunities as my sons."

4. "The days when old men get to decide what a woman does with her body are long gone. Times have changed for the better."

5. "I fundamentally believe our society works better when women are at the forefront." 

6. "It's not for a room of predominately male legislators to take away those rights from women." 

7. "Who cares about winning? We should focus on serving. "