James says dating can be very tough for guys, yet for fit, reasonably attractive women it's very easy."There's a small number of extremely attractive women (the city is famous for models) and, because of the weather, everything is always on display.
It seems there are 10 tall, athletic, masculine, highly-paid guys for each hot girl," says James."It has a heavy, almost-overwhelming sport, beach, drinking culture compared to most other places in Australia.
Disturbing footage has emerged of a man hurling racist abuse at a group of African teenagers after their friend died at a popular beach during birthday celebrations.
In the video, filmed at Glenelg beach in Adelaide, the man can be seen yelling at the group before he is attacked.
If you're not skilled or bold enough to try to talk to girls during the day it can be a really difficult city," says James.(iv) "Kings Cross sucks in a huge percentage of the city's most attractive women at night, leaving far less for other places.
Guys who learn a bit about style and go beyond the printed T-shirt once in a while might do really well," says James."There's plenty of party action on the Gold Coast; skinny, buxom platinum blondes and partying tourists galore and they're just waiting for strong confident and athletic locals to come along and join them."Again for any brighter guys who are struggling in Brisbane you may want to give Sydney a try; a little bit of masculinity can go a fair way in the better suburbs, particularly if you up it in the style stakes," he says.A woman who grew up in eastern Sydney may need to marry a man on a reasonable income if she is to live near where she grew up, and be able to take time off work to raise her kids," says James.In this respect, he argues Sydney has become very much like New York and London: There are lots of accomplished, lonely people here."Many people's lives seem largely work and career-focused and there's very little time for anything else; dating, travel, arts, culture, sport, seeking some enlightenment, happiness," says James.SMH TOLERATE NO RACISM.'The man is then mobbed by about 15 teenagers, punching him in the back and head.The altercation moves to Glenelg jetty before it's broken up by members of the public.Compared with Sydney, it's very friendly and both sexes seem to have a better sense of style."It also has a really social, fun-to-be-around bar and cafe scene.