You're right I should've asked for both. I am interested in both. But I'm particularly interested in the woman's perspective because they are the one's who being used for men's entertainment. I find this disturbing and I want to know if it's being discussed amongst the Polish.
Thats a fairly old fashioned assumption.
I know a few male Polish 'entertainers'. They train at the same gym as I do.
They're relatively open and honest about it.
They are mostly in it for the money.
They will pretty much do anything for money.
And they sure do make a lot of money.
I know a couple of female Polish 'entertainers' but they are not that common as from countries such as the Ukraine or Romania where there is extreme poverty.
They also have a lot more competition than the guys.
A lot of these women will tell you that they don't have a choice. But thats often a lie.
A Polish female friend of mine who was doing social work in Ireland helped a Lithuanian prostitute before as she had been robbed and abused by a Polish guy that she *was* friends with, she found her a job, got her a place to stay etc..
The Lithuanian girl quit the job after a day or two, said that she could make way more money being a prostitute and she wasn't going to waste her time in some boring job.
Its often difficult to tell who is and who isn't an 'entertainer' among the Poles because if the women dislike someone, they simply label them 'a prossie' to ruin their reputation.
I've seen it done dozens of times.
The reason it works is because usually the communities are small and close-knit.