Polish Woman Wants To Have Sex With 100,000 Men, All In The Name Of Feminism

Polish Woman Wants To Have Sex With 100,000 Men, All In The Name Of Feminism
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Poland’s Ania Lisewska (21) has declared that her most precious goal in life is to travel to every single city in the world so she can have sex with at least 100,000 men for 20 minutes each.

“I want men from Poland, Europe and all around the world. I love sex, fun, and men,” she said, according to the Austrian Times.

“In Poland, the subject of sex is still taboo and anyone who wants to fulfill their sexual fantasies is considered a deviant, a whore or mentally ill.”

According to Ania’s Facebook page, the Warsaw resident began her sexual conquest last month. She intends to f*ck her way through every city in Poland before moving on to other countries.

Ania told Polish news site Fakt.pl that, so far, she has had sex with 284 men and is not letting the fact that she has a serious boyfriend derail her dreams.

He admitted to the website that he was “not thrilled” with her unusual goal, yet has no choice but to “come to terms” with her ambition.

Ania recently set up her own website where potential partners can register for intercourse and keep track of her latest encounters.

This site probably wasn’t too well thought out, however, as the Huffington Post found out that clicking past the homepage results in an error.

The Post decided to calculate just how long it would take to have sex with 100,000 people for 20 minutes each and the result was over 3.8 years.

And that’s only if the subject literally got busy 24/7 without any breaks for sleep, food or personal hygiene.

Lisewska must be just as terrible at math as she is at making websites because she reportedly said she only wants her sexual encounters to take place on weekends.

This would extend her quest by nearly 20 years.

According to Huff Post, someone tried to sabotage Ania’s plan by hacking into her website and posting that she had AIDS.

Ania retaliated by posting the negative results of a test shortly after.

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