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All residents in this town are women, They are looking for husband around world

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By KwesiPino | self meida writer
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This town looks normal, but inside there is a lot of mystery. You can find that almost all the inhabitants are female when you walk into the town, and most of them are 20 to 35 years old. Rolling around the city makes people feel like they're coming to a girl's country. Roshana, a resident of the city, said their city was more beautiful, organized, and harmonious than other areas. They use a woman's approach to fix it when they encounter a problem-attempting to find consensus, not confrontation. But Fernandez, 23, who was surrounded by women, was also upset: "It's almost impossible to find an ideal partner here. The men I met here are either already married or related to me. Some kind of cousin of mine is almost every man I can see here. In my life, I have not kissed any man."

"We all dream of falling in love and forming a family with beloved one. But I love living here and I don't want to leave just to find a partner." Fernandez also said. But I love living here, and I don't want to leave just to find a partner.

This town is not without citizens. They live outside of the city. In this small town, there is a tradition that women are in charge of everything. The women will stay in the city after the wedding to do farm work, while the men will go out to work in the city, and will only be able to return to the city on weekends. They are not allowed to go back the rest of the time. Tourists will visit the town on the weekend as well. Not only can the husband not go home, but when the sons reach a certain age, they must leave. When the son reaches maturity in the city, the mother will drive him out of the city and let him go out on his own to make a living. Only on Sunday will he come back. For this reason, while in the city there are many young women, most of them face a dilemma, that is, they can't find a boyfriend. There aren't a lot of men in the area. And those who are young are reluctant to marry outside the cities because men still rule in most regions of Brazil. The women in the town are hiring husbands around the world to solve this problem. They hope someone in the city will be willing to marry them. But the condition is that they do not mess with the city's affairs and live following the customs.

So why in this small town is there such a custom? It all dates back to the 1940s, when a missionary came to the city, married a girl in the city, and stayed in the city. The missionary's status is very high, so this missionary called on the men in the city to set a lot of women's laws, such as not drinking, listening to music, and haircutting. Because of the high missionary status, women in the city were only able to suffer at that time. The missionary later died. These women became the city's chief and agreed that they would no longer obey the rules but set the rules themselves. The city has steadily become a powerful place for women and has now become a country for girls.

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