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sparrow 2 | 243  
9 May 2007 /  #91
I'm sure other people will confirm that!! If they don't it's a sign of weakness.
miranda  
9 May 2007 /  #92
I am weak to the core:)
southern  
9 May 2007 /  #93
We should ask the ladies of the forum if their teeth are strong.

With so much biting maybe there is a danger for castration.
sparrow 2 | 243  
9 May 2007 /  #94
I am weak to the core:)

Yeah, that trick only works on men.. ;(

With so much biting maybe there is a danger for castration.

There is. I have an article about it somewhere.. hmm here

From our reporter in Warsaw. February 26th

The high price of birth contraceptive has lead to an epidemic of unknown proportions amongst young Polish men. Youngsters engaging in pre-marital sex who cannot afford contraceptives have been forced to use more radical methods. One of those is the well-known "Polish scar bite". This primitive form of birth control consists of biting the fallus during intercourse in order to prevent possible pregnancy.

Due to the taboo that still resides on abortion this desperate measure proves very popular amongst the 18 to 25 public.

Dr. Ajmso Fullowszyt of the Warsaw University Hospital concurs:

"There has been a drastic increase in injuries resulting from the "Polish scar bite" in 2005. Going from 45 reported cases in 2004 to 89 in 2005. We get one of them here every week or so. We strongly hope the Polish government will adress the issue."


When asked to comment the Polish ministry of Health denied to give us an answer.

(c) AIP.
shewolf 5 | 1,077  
9 May 2007 /  #95
does it actually work? the biting.
southern  
9 May 2007 /  #96
If she bites on epidydimis it may work,that is number of spermatozoa in semen will decrease.However it seems dangerous to me.Maybe it can cause permanent infertility after many bites and epididymis damage.

Sparrow have you experienced biting?
Since you are experienced,when do polish girls usually beginn sexual relationships?After date 1,2 or 3?
I mean get sexually active in relationship.Is it according to number of dates?Is it possible to have endless dating with polish girl without sex?
miranda  
9 May 2007 /  #97
We strongly hope the Polish government will adress the issue."When asked to comment the Polish ministry of Health denied to give us an answer.(c) AIP.

you are funny guy, ha, ha.........
scotjock 1 | 40  
10 May 2007 /  #98
does it actually work? the biting.

Whoa, gawd that sounds painfull. Swallowing won't get you pregnant, otherwise, use a condom.
AvJoeUK  
10 May 2007 /  #99
BITING! Hell no thats going to make you infertile, make sure before hand you tell her you've got condoms at the ready lol!
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
10 May 2007 /  #100
Definition of parents - people who used the rhythm method of contraception
Shawn_H  
10 May 2007 /  #101
My wife suggested that we hire the guy from the local rowing club to keep the cadence. We ended up with 2 kids. Agreed, the rhythm method doesn't work.
southern  
10 May 2007 /  #102
Only if you combine the rhythm method,the temperature measurement and the inspection of vaginal fluid with use of spermicides you may reach a 90% effectiveness.

The traditional methods(condom and pill) have 99% effectiveness.
Shawn_H  
10 May 2007 /  #103
Now we have a different method. Similar to the above rhythym method, except now we have sex once every other month. No kids have resulted from this, but I am not sure if the Vasectomy has anything to do with it....
szarlotka 8 | 2,209  
10 May 2007 /  #104
but I am not sure if the Vasectomy has anything to do with it....

let me guess, you got it for a snip right?
Shawn_H  
10 May 2007 /  #105
{Bag of frozen peas placed in the strategic position}

Yeppers....
Jar 1 | 10  
10 May 2007 /  #106
who cares about girls I want to know about Polish men.

Me too!

I don't know if it's true, but didn't they put bromide in tea to stop an erection.

Yeah bromide did get used for that reason many many years ago and is illegal. Was used on pedaphiles, sex offenders and mad people.
Casimir 2 | 45  
10 May 2007 /  #107
Americans are sexually obssessed because they are sexually repressed.

That's the way we like it.
shopgirl 6 | 928  
10 May 2007 /  #108
moved off topic - im talking about the visibilty of sex in the country. ads etc shops, etc

From what I can tell of reklama (adverts) on Polish media portals, sex is a big component in advertising, like what is in the US. But since I am still learning Polish, and can't always translate the verbiage/audio, I wonder if the content is toned down compared to what we are blasted with in the US. What about the commercials on Polish TV? How far do they go?

BTW, I really don't like for my daughter to watch channels that are not geared to children because of the racy commercials.
Eurola 4 | 1,906  
10 May 2007 /  #109
I think our US commercials are a child's play when it comes to sexy advertising and not only. Every time I go to Poland I roll my eyes. Boobies are flashing on the screen quite freely.

Forget Janet Jackson's micro second flash :)
shopgirl 6 | 928  
10 May 2007 /  #110
Are you serious? That sounds more like France, right?
And this is OK? What do parents tell the kids when they start asking questions about what they see?
Eurola 4 | 1,906  
10 May 2007 /  #111
Parents talk to kids about it as soon as they ask questions. It does not seem to promote "early' sex encounters. During my last visit my 14 year old niece just shrugged her shoulders and said it was stupid and she does not care. Her mother said "I'll whip your a*s, if you'd do it". Besides, I don't want to be a grandma yet"...

There were no commercials when I grew up, but I've seen plenty of "stuff" in the movies.
The idea of actually "doing it" was remote, but it was interesting to watch...
I think, once the kids know, they don't feel deprived and curious to try it.
southern  
11 May 2007 /  #112
I was wondering why I like so much polish advertisements.
sparrow 2 | 243  
11 May 2007 /  #113
Are you serious? That sounds more like France, right?
And this is OK? What do parents tell the kids when they start asking questions about what they see?

Welcome to Europe.

I had American friends come over not so long ago, there was an item on tv-news about breast cancer. Serious issue, serious news, around 6pm at evening. The item showed a woman doing a mamograph (or mamogram whatever it's called, basically, naked breasts). They just couldn't understand tv would air that uncensored.. It was a medical item about a serious issue.. but still that 'd be impossible in the States.

You just tell your kids the truth.. that's where you food came from when you were 2 weeks old.. it's called a breast.

If you open a British tabloid & get on page 3 there's always a topless girl on that page lol.. so? It's not like it's full monty porn.

Quoting: josecitomadera
"Americans are sexually obssessed because they are sexually repressed."
southern  
11 May 2007 /  #114
Polish advertisements are probably more effective.
shopgirl 6 | 928  
11 May 2007 /  #115
Welcome to Europe.

I'm guessing that most of the ads in Europe are directed to a male audience?

Quoting: josecitomadera
"Americans are sexually obssessed because they are sexually repressed."

This country (US) has a strong religious "right" that has a lot of influence on media. This country was established by Christian sects who immigrated from England in order to practice their beliefs freely. Now we have a country that has some difficulty separating out Christian themes from "state"because is it so pervasive in the culture. There is always a controversy going somewhere between keeping freedom of religious expression (like prayer in school, or that the currency says in God we trust) and retaining family values. We have a generally conservative culture because of these roots.

Also, we have TV's with parental locks or chips to screen out programming. You can buy music Cd's with clean or explicit lyric content (labels on cds-and Wal Mart only sells clean versions by artists), radio stations are being pressured now to try to tone down what rap music they play that is offensive/degrading to women. Talk radio hosts are always getting in trouble for comments made, so that there is this battle between freedom of speech and those who want to censor what is said.

Not everyone here in the US is conservative, though. I am a liberal. (But religious conservatism has been hammered into me to a degree, anyway.) I was raised as Christian, and even though my faith is different now, some of that "programming" is still in me. But on the other hand, I really don't see the need for my daughter to watch individuals having sex on a TV show. I think sex education is the parents responsibility, although I don't have problems with it being taught in school. What I care about is that the messages sent to children regarding sex are balanced between aspects of responsiblity, safety, health, etc. Problem is, no one can agree on what that balance is because of varying religious ideas.

I think the media sends conflicting messages about sex that can cause young people to make poorly informed choices. I am wondering how Poland statistics compare to other European countries for teen pregnancy, and STD's. I don't think it would be fair to compare Poland to US because of population size. Maybe in Europe, ppl are desensitized to sex in media and advertising and don't pay that much attention anymore?
sparrow 2 | 243  
11 May 2007 /  #116
I'm guessing that most of the ads in Europe are directed to a male audience?

No, not really. I was just talking in general about the "prudeness" (if that's a word) in America compared to Europe with that breast cancer examination as example.

I don't know how to explain it.. it's like.. we see the difference between what's a gratuious sex scene & what's naked because it needs to be. I heard that even some statues or paintings or other pieces of art are censored on tv/magazines in the US. That's just so ridiculous, it's beyond belief. It's a piece of art! It's a part of European culture.. leave it alone, if it's too much too show just don't show it, but don't **** it up like that.

I'm trying to place myself in the role of some new-born christian or conservatie & think.. what's wrong with that? What do you think? Because your 6year old sees a breast, a very normal & useful part of the human anatomy (no pun intedned), he's going to degenerate into a sex offender by the time he's 15? If you breast feed a baby & your 6 year old is in the same room.. do you send him away?

I think on this side of the pond, we can relative much more easily to what's innocent nude & what's filth. Even in "christian" countries such as Spain, Italy, Poland.. etc.. Heck.. in Italy there's a TV station where the weather report is topless after 12pm, I admit over the top.. but still :) In Poland the #1 selling paper (which is a tabloid) has a topless page 3 girl as well.

During the whole Janet Jackson thing on Superbowl, all the media here were just laughing their asses off. I'm not saying you can't be conservative, it's up to the American media, what they do isn't my concern. But that was blown out of proportion so much.. imo, it was sad that that was the hot topic at the time.. like there weren't worse things happening in the world.

so that there is this battle between freedom of speech and those who want to censor what is said.

Yeah, what's happening is that those who feel there's too much media control just overexaregate into a point where all irony is lost & those pro-censorship then just strike harder. And then those against go further just to **** them off.. etc.. a huge polarisation of society. 2 extremes against each other.. take stuff like Howard Stern, I don't listen to it but I know what his shows are about & there are others as him, trying to find a way on the boundaries of what can & can't be done.

It doesn't make a better show.. but it's anti-establishment.. "lets show them what we dare to say/do"
While here we have a much more laid-back atmosphere about it & that sort of degeneration just doesn't happen. We have our rules too of course.. just not as extremely strict.
shopgirl 6 | 928  
11 May 2007 /  #117
Quoting: shopgirl
I'm guessing that most of the ads in Europe are directed to a male audience?

No, not really. [/quote]
Are u sure bout that? :D

in Italy there's a TV station where the weather report is topless after 12pm,

So are there not any shirtless guys with fab abs to do the forecast?

Janet Jackson thing on Superbowl

Yeah that was a bit much...I don't think people really cared that much...maybe a slow news day? :)
southern  
11 May 2007 /  #118
At least in polish TV there are not advertisements showing girls kissing girls or men kissing men as it happens in Czech Republic.
Many of the ads showing skin are directed to female audience.They may advertise deodorants,perfumes,shampoons etc.I think most polish and czech girls do not worry seeing the body of the model in TV since they have also one themselves.
shopgirl 6 | 928  
11 May 2007 /  #119
At least in polish TV there are not advertisements showing girls kissing girls or men kissing men as it happens in Czech Republic.

And what products would those adverts be marketing?
southern  
11 May 2007 /  #120
I do not remember exactly.When you see such a picture,you seldom pay attention to the product.

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