Rabat - A village in Brazil filled with over 600 attractive young women has made an appeal for single men. But there is one condition: men must follow their rules.
Rabat – A village in Brazil filled with over 600 attractive young women has made an appeal for single men. But there is one condition: men must follow their rules.
Noiva do Cordeiro, a small town located deep in the countryside of south-east Brazil, entirely populated by attractive women, has reportedly adopted a “no men allowed” policy, since 1890s.
Under the town of beauties law, sons are sent away once they get 18, and husbands live and work elsewhere, only being allowed to return on weekends.
Today, its population consists of more than 600 exotic women, most of them aged between 20 and 35.
Now the town’s single young ladies have reportedly put out an appeal to bring more single men to the town.
The Mirrors quoted a single young girl from the town, Nelma Fernandes, 23, as saying that in the town, “the only men we single girls meet are either married or related to us, everyone is a cousin. I haven’t kissed a man for a long time.”
“We all dream of falling in love and getting married. But we like living here and don’t want to have to leave the town to find a husband,” Nelma explained.
Men interested in going to the town should understand first that Noiva do Cordeiro is very much a woman’s world, where girl’s power rules.
One of Noiva do Cordeiro’s beauties told the Daily Mail, that they’d like “to get to know men who would leave their own lives and come to be a part of ours.“
“But first they need to agree to do what we say and live according to our rules,” she said.
Noiva do Cordeiro was founded in the 1890s by Maria Senhorinha de Lima, after she fled her forced marriage. Over time, other single women and female-headed families joined the new town Mrs Maria Senhorinha de Lima founded, according to Yahoo News.
Eventually, the population of Noiva does Cordeiro increased as more women fed up with men joined the tow, and set up their own rules.
Ms. Fernandes said that there are lots of things that women do better than men. “Our town is prettier, more organized, and far more harmonious than if men were in charge.”
“When problems or disputes arise, we resolve them in a woman’s way, trying to find consensus rather than conflict, “she added.