Most men or even all are poisoned with this strange attitude.
Don't you exaggerate a bit? What makes you think that? I mean, there is a difference between countries like Afghanistan and Sweden, for example... Are you able to say why you had such attitude yourself? I guess boys don't just get born with it, right?
I had been,once, too, but fortunately I read a few wise books and decided to change my ways.
Wow, then your transformation was almost like the one of Saul of Tarsus into Paul the Apostle lol :)) What kind of books were those and what made you read them?
Also I bet often it just your perception not facts. Personal experience is sometimes misleading as you read into situation something that is not there...
Iron, for God's sake... Why do you automatically assume that something was my "perception not facts" and that I was reading into something that wasn't there? Do you do that to every woman? Judging by your previous comments about rapes on this forum I'm guessing that you do. You have no idea what happened to me and who did it, so, please, don't make such comments, if you don't know what it's all about. You do realise that bad things happen to women in this world, right? Or do you also live in some kind of La La Land?
@Strzelec35, I don't claim I'm hot lol You don't have to be hot to be viewed as a sexual object by certain... "men". You don't even have to be an adult... or even 15-years-old, as I'm sure you know best :/
@Rich, as for "risk taking", you're missing the fact that not only Polish doctors have been leaving Poland to work abroad, but also Polish nurses (17 000 have left until 2018) and judging by my observation 99.9% of nurses in Poland are women. I even made a thread about it on PF: "Shortage of doctors, nurses and caregivers in Poland". My aunt who's a nurse (the one who had a heart attack last year) worked for some time in Italy as a caregiver when she was younger. She didn't know any Italian and communicated with the family she worked for with some basic, broken English and hand gestures. Here's an article about Polish nurses leaving to work abroad and why they're leaving:
But that's not the only reason why there's a shortage of nurses in Poland. Women simply don't want to become nurses, because wages are low despite the fact that work is hard, too many patients for one nurse, bad working conditions, being treated by doctors like cleaning ladies despite being qualified medical personnel (judging by my observation majority of doctors at hospitals are men, so maybe hence the attitude...).
And Christopher Columbus, seriously? Do you have no shame? Women weren't even allowed to be sailors at that time, ffs.
I know more than one woman who left Poland alone with nobody awaiting her on the other side. Maybe you should get out more often and get to meet people. Btw, in the 90s it ended badly for many Polish women. Human trafficking was rife at that time. An American working as US ambassador in Austria at that time said that around 9000 Polish women were trafficked over there - they were promised work as waitresses, hotel staff, etc. but ended up in brothels and in the streets. And that was just Austria, so you can imagine how many lives were broken at that time...
@Johnny_reb, I remember that Hillary Clinton was trying to convince Jolanta Kwaśniewska (she was a First Lady, the wife of president Aleksander Kwaśniewski) to run for presidency in Poland due to her huge popularity in the nation, but she didn't want to. Ziemowit explained the rest.
In what way? Meddling into Society works is not a good things. Especially if we are talking bills, and laws.
I'm not sure what you're talking about - Piłsudski granted women in Poland the right to vote in 1918 - was that "meddling" according to you? By changing attitudes in the society I meant things like, for example - raising kids. Teaching girls that they can be doctors, not only nurses and receptionists, that they can be scientists, that they can set up their own companies or work as CEOs of big companies, that they can be prime ministers and presidents, etc. And raising them in such a way that they are able to be competitive enough for such jobs. Teaching them to be more assertive and confident, because girls and later on, women, have a problem with that. Girls and women are raised to be nice and not cause trouble and then they have a problem with reacting to sexual harassment at work, for example. Women and girls have a lower self-esteem than men and boys not only in the looks department, but in general. They have a problem with asking for a raise at work, for example. I could go on and on like this. I would have a few words about raising boys too - teaching them to be more empathic and how to deal with their emotions, agression in better ways, etc. But that's all I have time for now.