Chinese media have confirmed what we in the West suspected all along: that concealed in the northern Swedish woods is a city of 25,000 women, many of whom have turned to Sapphic love to satiate their natural Scandinavian sexual desires. According to news agancy Xinhua, the all-female enclave is called 'Chako Paul City', and was founded in 1820 by a 'wealthy widow'. The city is guarded by two blonde sentries who prevent men from entering. Those chaps who do unwisely attempt to force the issue risk being 'beaten half to death' by Nordic gender police.
This is the most intriguing news I'd ever heard today!
Is this really true? I think its difficult to make a village with 25,000 people remain a secret, I mean explorers are able to get to the most isolated and weirdest place on earth successfully with the help of gadgets and science, we've even reached the outer space. Chako village would be certainly a big city. And for 150 years I think will be impossible not to be entered by an outsider. Another thing that made me so curious is the "beatings". I think what they mean is "dead".
Hmmm... this is so bizzare that "women who decide to leave the town to fulfill their carnal desires are only allowed to re-enter Chako Paul City if they agree to bathe and undertake several other measures designed to ensure that their out-of-town trysts don’t negatively affect the mental state of other women in the town". Amazing, because this report attracted large amount of tourists and still, no evidence that this place is real/existed. Perhaps just a myth.
Anyway intriguing enough that made me decide to add this place on my "list of places I will visit before I die", I mean just for curiousity. I surely won't join them, nah-ah.
Oh, I heard that there is a "place" like this(chako village) somewhere in Europe, it is in Greece but it is not a secret..., with great, friendly and amazing people to meet. Its amazing to think that We(people) sometimes cross our boundaries or do the weirdest things to obtain our deepest desire and happiness and sometimes it can be considered as taboo.