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Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland?


king polkagamon    
30 Mar 2010  #1
Have feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland?I find that lots of Slavic girls like(and adore) girls not a bad thing in many cases.
Alx123 - | 180    
30 Mar 2010  #2
If you ask them, many Polish girls will admit to having French kissed other girls. Quite a few claim to be open to the idea of a menage-a-trois. There are certain clubs where it's quite easy to provoke girls into kissing each other.
Amathyst 19 | 2,704    
30 Mar 2010  #3
If you ask them, many Polish girls will admit to having French kissed other girls.

Christ.... I remember when this was almost trendy in the UK a few years ago! Thanfully it was a trend like all others and its not so common now...Two girls who I worked with did it and one of the guys recorded it on his phone..he put it on the shared drive and sent the link round the office...I can tell you it was the first and last time they did it...
OP king polkagamon    
30 Mar 2010  #4
I saw polish girls getting quite intimate even with their relatives.They are not true lesbians though I just tell them to kiss each other but recently one started licking her cousin's nipples to my amazement.So there is a tendency.

Of course situation cannot be compared to Ukraine where really many girls sleep with girls.And in CR about 30% of my girlfriends told me they had lesbian experiences.
Bigbrother - | 1    
30 Mar 2010  #5
I am from Turkey but I live in Warsaw. As I used to see in Poland girls don't mind to kiss each other from lips. But If you ask about my personal opinion, I don't advice it to the girls who are not lesbian or bisexual. Because after it, I saw some situations that it kills relationships and friendship.
MareGaea 29 | 2,753    
30 Mar 2010  #6
There are certain clubs where it's quite easy to provoke girls into kissing each other.

Well, what you expect when the men are so hideous and the women are so gorgeous?

:)

>^..^<

M-G (grin)
Nathan 18 | 1,363    
31 Mar 2010  #7
And in CR about 30% of my girlfriends told me they had lesbian experiences.

Why did you cut her, Romeo? ;)
George8600 10 | 637    
31 Mar 2010  #8
king polkagamon

Oh brother...you know the answer to your own question Southern. It's a cultural thing just like it is with men. Also no, homosexuality is very sparse in a country that's over 98% Catholic....surprise surprise.
nomaderol 5 | 726    
31 Mar 2010  #9
with the increase of feminists and lesbians, homosexuality in guys too increase proportionally. king, it is because of you.. you keep the wealth and you dont give your wealth unconditionally and females arent trusting you and they preferring to love each other rather than you.
jonni 16 | 2,487    
31 Mar 2010  #10
Also no, homosexuality is very sparse in a country that's over 98% Catholic....surprise surprise.

Are you crazy? The gay population of Poland is no different in number than anywhere else - catholicism doesn't enter into it. Warsaw has one of the biggest and busiest lesbian bars in Europe.
king polkakamon - | 544    
31 Mar 2010  #11
Warsaw has one of the biggest and busiest lesbian bars in Europe.

They have probably female priests there.

Even bulgarian girls seem to develop strange tastes.
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Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,544    
31 Mar 2010  #12
country that's over 98% Catholic....

Last time I checked it was
98% Polish
90% Catholic
60% are practicing Catholics

Maybe you assumed all Poles are Catholics? xD
king polkakamon - | 544    
31 Mar 2010  #13
I wonder what the priests hear during confessions about that greek guy.
MareGaea 29 | 2,753    
31 Mar 2010  #14
homosexuality is very sparse in a country that's over 98% Catholic....surprise surprise.

Actually I wouldn't say that. I think it's just about the same numbers as anywhere else in the world, with he exception that ppl are more silent about it, don't dare to come out of the closet because of the reigning morale in the country. A Polish friend of mine is gay, but he didn't tell anybody of his family, not even his mom, because she would kick him out of the family if he would. I think that's the reason why it SEEMS there is not so much homosexuality in Poland.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
mark007 - | 58    
31 Mar 2010  #15
In England it was trendy for girls, who wanted attention from guys, to kiss in clubs. Although strangely enough, another reason was to ward off guys by saying "steer clear I'm not interested in you". Last year Hollywood seemed awash with girls claiming to have had a Lesbian experience; this replaced the trend of buying third world babies for adoption.
George8600 10 | 637    
31 Mar 2010  #16
The CIA worldfactbook says 95% Grunwald. Also I didn't say that homosexuality (a thing of pure nature) wasn't existent, I meant the openness of it. Also Poland is 98.6 % Polish with the huge numbers of emigration this year. :-(
nomaderol 5 | 726    
31 Mar 2010  #17
CIA wordfactbook copy & post the data on the documents such as ID, etc etc.
CIA do this simple tactic to be believable to the public.
Real data about the things like religions, etc are not written on the documents.
We can only estimate. My guess is less than 50% of Poles are religious. I can say this without been to Poland ever. World average. Some powers show religion data exaggerated everywhere. Why do they do this? Cause religious centers all over the world are very rich and they want to hide their wealth against the ordinary believers. Heavens are invaded..
king polkakamon - | 544    
31 Mar 2010  #18
If CIA has also data regarding percentage of lesbians and number of girls kissing in clubs we will be grateful.
George8600 10 | 637    
31 Mar 2010  #19
My guess is less than 50% of Poles are religious.

that's a joke. I have lived in Poland and almost every other person I see wears a
cross. Maybe in France UK or Sweden it's true but I doubt Poland. Also the study was conducted by the EU in their europollmeter reports which asked Poles directly just as they asked France ans Sweden. There's no reason to lie. If your so intimitaded by religion in Poland then just don't go there.
convex 20 | 3,980    
31 Mar 2010  #20
that's a joke. I have lived in Poland and almost every other person I see wears a cross.

That's partially true in the countryside...not so much here in Wroclaw at least.
nomaderol 5 | 726    
31 Mar 2010  #21
true, convex.. also, wearing a cross shows s/he is christian? there is evil eye bead object here in turkey which is being used by almost everybody in their houses, in their cars, etc.. it is an object belong to sky tengri god in tengrism shamanism (old turkic religion) and forbidden by islam. so, by looking at objects, we can say 90% of turkey is tengrist shamanist.. but, we know this evil eye bead is just an ornamented object now for people, just like cross.
convex 20 | 3,980    
31 Mar 2010  #22
I've got a nazar in my plane :) but no lesbians :(
nomaderol 5 | 726    
31 Mar 2010  #23
nazar in arabic lang. gok boncuk in turk lang.

anyway. back to topic. where were we at? feminism and lesbianism. these lesbians are probably trying to tell us males something by actions, but, we are probably too stupid.


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