Would the majority of females wish to have a more home loving male, who wasn't down the pub watching the football?
So when does he go out? When does he meet his friends? I wouldn't want anyone stopping me from meeting my friends and having a girly night out so I wouldn't like to stop my bloke meeting his friends? Obviously when a relationship begins, there is a period of time when adjustments must be made. Possibly if either person was single before they may have seen their friends five nights a week and that would have to be cut down. So no, he needs his time to meet his friends and I would need mine. Plus, if he is down the pub watching the football, I would be getting peace :)
Why are the majority of Polish men complete doormats
I am talking about the situation when a Polish man gets married, that's the last his friends see of him or when a man is out with his other half her handbag becomes too heavy so the husband has to carry it.
I don't really know what you are basing that on. I know a few Polish couples and I've never been given the impression that the man is a doormat. I am particularly close to one couple and I see that they always look out for each other, take care of each other and yes, he is a gentleman and carries some bags or takes something that is too heavy. He doesn't do it because she tells him to, he does it because he is looking after his wife (his best friend too :). She looks after him too. So no, I don't think Polish men are doormats in general (some will be, that's a fact - some will also be completely the opposite).
I, personally, wouldn't want anyone else carrying my handbag and I haven't actually seen my friend carrying his wife's handbag but I know if I asked him if he'd do it, he would and if I asked him if he was worried about what other men think he would reply something about not having to prove himself to other men.