How to get a Brazilian wife: Brazilian capitals have 100 thousand more women than men

Beautiful girls in Belo HorizonteThere are way too many women and not enough men in eight metropolitan areas of Brazil. This is one of the conclusions of the Synthesis of Social Indicators 2014, released by the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics). According to the survey, the great area of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Salvador, Fortaleza, Recife and Belém are predominantly female. The capital with more women is Rio de Janeiro, with 53.6% of the total population of females.

Below a list of the capitals of Brazil with the highest proportion of women

1 Recife – 1,166
Women – 827 885
Men – 709,819
Difference – 118,066 more women
Proportion (woman / man) – 1,166

2nd Porto Alegre – 1,155
Women – 755 564
Men – 653,787
Difference – 101,777 more women
Proportion (woman / man) – 1,155

3rd Aracaju – 1,151
Women – 305 665
Men – 265,484
Difference – 40 181 more women
Proportion (woman / man) – 1,151

4th Salvador – 1,142
Women – 1,426,759
Men – 1,248,897
Difference – 177,862 more women
Proportion (woman / man) – 1,142

5 João Pessoa – 1,141
Women – 385 732
Men – 337,783
Difference – 47 949 more women
Proportion (woman / man) – 1,141

A boyfriend is considered a luxury item for women of Belo Horizonte

Belo Horizonte women at a party at Egrégoras.
It is worth taking a stretch into the night to try to meet the “mineiras” who attend Egregoras?

Belo Horizonte has 150,000 more women than men, according to the IBGE census. The competition is unfair. The survey revealed that the difference between the sexes in Belo Horizonte is frightening and equivalent to the total population of Poços de Caldas, a town in Minas Gerais. In the range from 15 to 29 years old, the stage where couples often come together, the figure drops to 16,000. Nevertheless, the reduction is not encouraging.

With a large number of beautiful and interesting women in Belo Horizonte, men have it easy. With the advantage it becomes easier for the man and he does not need not look.

Who confirms that is a young woman of 20 years old, that sees herself lost in this sea of women that is BH. Not even study engineering, a course where most of the students are male, helps her, she says.
“They see you as a friend. Men here are to hook up only. They go to the club, choose the most beautiful woman who has a better body, and make out. If they are related, they continue for a month or so and then stop. It’s hard to have someone to stay.”
In addition to noticing a large number of women available in the city, a 19 year old, also emphasizes the beauty of the mineiras (native girls from Minas Gerais), which further intensifies the competition. Single for a year and a half, the medical student thinks the big problem is the lack of attitude of the mineiros, who “are standing still. When you decide to take action, do something weak, they don’t have enough to talk, they are very still.”

Churrasquinho do Manuel gets crowded with women.

With so many women on the loose, Franciane agrees that Minas girls are easy, and the “boys generalized it, by not taking anything seriously. The girls are disadvantaged to have a relationship. When the girl tries to extend, they are retreating, afraid” .
In some parties in Churrasquinho do Manuel in Belo Horizonte, the place is full of pretty ladies and the phenomenon has been proven in all the parties that took place there during the year. The average hits impressive 70%, against 30% of men.

The guys in Belo Horizonte now have an important ally in choosing the way to enjoy revelers in the state capital. Two young men, dissatisfied with the form of disclosure of parties and events and the mystery of the women’s whereabouts, they decided to offer the “road map”: they created a website where there are places with the highest percentage of female presence in the city.

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Joe Cloud
Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.

Published by Joe Cloud

Dutch, American, Brazilian... lived there for 5 years and owns property in Brazil. Out of the country for a few years now and would like to go back, however current circumstances tell me it's not the right time.