Some forum members, while discussing Polish issues, love to exploit certain ideas which they treat as dogmas. Unfortunately, they often talk about things of the past. It is obvious they haven`t been in touch with real Poland and Poles for years.
One of such outdated beliefs is gay marriage acceptance in Poland.
Majority of Poles say straight up they don`t want gay marriage
There you can enjoy gay marraoge, Polish people aren`t interested in that nonsense.
Unfortunately for the posters who claim such facts, Polish public opinion on the issue is rapidly changing. I mean acceptance is higher each year.
Read the articles about surveys
2013 - 40% accept gay partnerships, 30% gay marriages
2017 - 52% accept gay partnership, 38% gay marriage.
2018 - 60% accept gay marriages
In case you tried to accuse the OP of a biased choice of sources, I should explain that the survey results correspond to my experience of discussing the matter with average Poles. More and more of my acquaintances simply don`t care about gay marriages - they think it is a private business of people involved.
There is one thing which Poles are unanimous about, though - most of them (80%) reject children for gay marriages. Will this attitude change one day? Interesting.