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Outback mayor seeks "ugly duckling" women
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Mt Isa's mayor might be appealing for "ugly" women to come and find love in the city's bloke-heavy town, but according to the local population of single females, "the odds are good, but the goods are odd". Men far outnumber women in the mining centre, but Mayor John Molony outraged many locals on the weekend by suggesting "if there are five blokes to every girl, we should find out where there are beauty-disadvantaged women and ask them to proceed to Mount Isa". He also told a local newspaper "not so attractive " women appeared happy with the five-to-one gender imbalance. But the city's single women hit back this morning, saying there were very few diamonds in Mt Isa's male rough and if men there were lonely, it was all their own fault. She said the good men were "snatched up" immediately and rarely made it back onto the singles market. Anna Warrick, a year-old single occupational therapist who moved from Sydney to Mt Isa last year, agreed.
Australian mayor invites 'beauty disadvantaged' women to his town
The single women of Mount Isa plan to protest tonight after their mayor said ugly women were happy in the mining town because of its large numbers of men, and that more similar-looking women ought to be recruited as a result. Mayor John Molony has gone underground since making the comments, which were published in a newspaper at the weekend. The comments sparked outrage among the town's single women, who have organised a protest rally tonight on the lawns of the Civic Centre.
John Molony, the mayor of the Australian outback mining town of Mount Isa, is a straight-talking Aussie bloke, the kind of man who calls a spade a bloody shovel. But after suggesting that "beauty disadvantaged" women should move to his remote Queensland town, where men outnumber females five to one, he may think twice about being so forthright in the future. Under attack from angry locals, he is facing calls to resign. Molony sparked outrage when he highlighted the shortage of women in the remote town in north Queensland population 25, in an interview in his local newspaper.