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With a male-to-female ratio of 10 to 1, the theory goes, legions of flannel-clad Alaskan men spend their Friday nights gutting fish or mounting moose heads on their walls - with nary a hope for a phone call or a date.So with women in short supply, those who venture into America's northernmost frontier get to pick the best men of the batch, right? When the National Singles Convention came to town this weekend, the local women in attendance were more likely to bury the popular myth - broadcast across the country in magazines and TV talk shows - than to praise it. A.," had her own advice for women considering a move to Alaska: "Bring your own man with you - and you'd better be good to him."For C. and many like her in Alaska, the idea of the lonely Alaska bachelor has lost much of its charm.Alaska Men® Magazine is the original homespun matchmaking effort that was put together by Susie Carter and her family on their kitchen table in Anchorage, Alaska over 20 years ago.
Susie Carter, founder of the magazine, insists that men in Alaska are a "different breed.""They are pretty down to earth. But Carter, who was at the convention to dispense advice and encourage matches, defends the state's bachelors.
Women purchase Susie's Alaska Men Magazine, and are encouraged to write a letter, to the bachelors they like, with the hope of finding their sweethearts.
Susie still personally interviews the men, helps them figure out what they are looking for and what they do not want.
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