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Polish women: what do you think of Polish men? Physically unattractive?


McDouche 6 | 286
28 Sep 2013 #1
I am not seeking to start any conflicts here, but I have noticed that many Polish women have said Polish men are not as physically attractive as men in western countries such as the UK, France, Ireland, Netherlands, etc..

I was hoping Polish women could share their opinions here as to what they think about Polish men vs. western men based on physical looks? It is not unusual to hear a Polish woman say British men are more handsome than Polish men.

So please, all Polish women of the forum, do not hesitate to share your opinions.
pierogi2000 4 | 229
28 Sep 2013 #2
There are hardly any native Polish women here
jon357 63 | 14,149
29 Sep 2013 #3
Polish men are not as physically attractive as men in western countries

Depends ......

;-)
f stop 25 | 2,513
29 Sep 2013 #4
I already expressed my opinion about their looks.
But that's only half of their problem. Many of them are also racist, and think that the accident of their birth in Poland makes them some kind of priviledged nobility. They are dinasours.

For some reason many Polish women are able to adapt to the changing world better than the men.
Palivec - | 380
29 Sep 2013 #5
For some reason many Polish women are able to adapt to the changing world better than the men.

That's not a Polish phenomenon, women everywhere adapt better to changes.
And regarding the looks: like in most Slavic countries women are often quite glamorous, while men often look like hobos. Strange.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #6
I am a native half-Polish woman and I think Polish men are exactly as good looking as any other men on the planet; i.e., some are great-looking, some are so-so, and some are ugly. As to personality, I would probably find Polish men more attractive than other nationalities, because we tend to share some character traits. I do not think Polish men generally "look like hobos" or are "racist dinosaurs". On the other hand, I see nothing especially attractive in Polish women - I find them mostly very stuck-up and hoity-toity, in two very different versions: either the super-modern ultra-liberal feminist, or the small-town bird-brained "little woman"; neither are usually able to think outside the box; they love ready made opinions that they can spout as their own. Nevertheless, they are very strong women with a great feeling of entitlement and purpose; the purpose is to live what they would call a "good" life - e.g. to acquire all those pleasant attributes of success: a nice car, a nice house, a handsome and obedient husband, some nice and obedient children... "obedient" being the key word here. Polish men tend to be rebellious, with a love of anarchy and a wild streak a mile wide, at least until their mothers and wives beat it out of them. Polish women see them not as true adults, but as little boys who have simply grown taller and who therefore need guidance throughout their lives. They often suffer relapses in married life and this is troublesome to the lady of the house. It is therefore only natural that the Polish female rejoices in western men who have long ago gotten in touch with their femininity and who have largely succumbed to the feminist view that testosterone is a dangerous substance which should ideally be forbidden.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #7
And regarding the looks: like in most Slavic countries women are often quite glamorous, while men often look like hobos. Strange.

So true, maybe with the exception of some southern slavic countries, where the Mediterranean admixture is stronger. (I certainly in my line of work come across a lot of Serbian male models, zero Polish). I visited Czech Republic as well this summer, even there men generally looked better than Polish, presumably due their higher Germanic genetic admixture.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #8
looked better than Polish, presumably due their higher Germanic genetic admixture.

racist much?
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #9
prone to fits of hysteria much?

racist, how come? I've got a pair of eyes and a discerning mind... what on earth has this to do with racism?
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #10
what on earth has this to do with racism?

"Germanic genetic admixture" sounds kinda racist to me.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #11
no it's just factual, let's call a spade a spade for once
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #12
no it's just factual,

Then give me facts backing up the claim that Czechs 1) have a greater Germanic genetic admixture than Poles, and 2) that this admixture makes them somehow more attractive physically.

let's call a spade a spade for once

OK. I'm half Czech and I've been to CZ countless times and stayed for long periods, and I find Czech men either ugly or bland-looking. There is nothing about them that would attract me as a woman.

I also find German men quite uninteresting visually.
On the other hand, I find Polish and Russian men quite handsome.

Now it's my word against yours. ;-p
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #13
Now it's my word against yours. ;-p

yes and no, however my observations are corroborated by many others, the phenomena being so noticeable.

Then give me facts backing up the claim that Czechs

Germanic influence on Czech republic (cultural and genetic) is indisputable, you should know that as a Czech.

I also find German men quite uninteresting visually.

So you do, many don't. Heard quite a few opinions by Polish girls visiting for example Berlin as to the rather perceptible spike in male attractiveness over there.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #14
my observations are corroborated by many others,

Well, MY observations are corroborated by many others, e.g. when I was a teenager, whenever I visited my friends in Prague, they would go absolutely gaga over Polish boys. Also, my female Czech friends of various ages have often commented that Czech men have no testosterone and make lousy partners.

the phenomena being so noticeable.

Well, I for one haven't noticed it.

Germanic influence on Czech republic (cultural and genetic) is indisputable, you should know that as a Czech.

The Germanic influence on Poland (cultural and genetic) is indisputable, you should know that as a Pole (flagless or not).

Heard quite a few opinions by Polish girls visiting for example Berlin as to the rather perceptible spike in male attractiveness over there.

Of course they found them attractive - because German men tend to look and act more feminine than Polish men. Read my post above about Polish women and what they want in a man.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
29 Sep 2013 #15
I see nothing especially attractive in Polish women - I find them mostly very stuck-up and hoity-toity, in two very different versions: either the super-modern ultra-liberal feminist, or the small-town bird-brained "little woman"; neither are usually able to think outside the box; they love ready made opinions that they can spout as their own.

You seem to be a woman who swims against the current cultural tides. Since you think for yourself you will be admonished by the cultural lemmings.

the purpose is to live what they would call a "good" life - e.g. to acquire all those pleasant attributes of success: a nice car, a nice house, a handsome and obedient husband, some nice and obedient children... "obedient" being the key word here.

Of course if a man isn't "obedient", and has an opposing opinion, he is accused of hating women and otherwise being misogynistic. Those accusing such a man are the real narrow and numb-minded cultural trend followers.

As you pointed out; they don't think outside the box.
Madzia22 - | 72
29 Sep 2013 #16
I'm Polish and I think men from other coutries aren't any better than Polish men.

FlaglessPole Yes German men are very good looking but only those with Polish admixture like Dirk Nowitzki lol

Nowitzki

FlaglessPole, your ideas about genetics are ridiculous
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #17
I'm Polish and I think men from other coutries aren't any better than Polish men.

FlaglessPole, your ideas about genetics are ridiculous

Thank you Madzia for entering the fray :-)
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #18
he Germanic influence on Poland (cultural and genetic) is indisputable, you should know that as a Pole (flagless or not).

I do know that, what is your point? There was this chart floating around this forum showing the genetic makeup of various European countries, Czech had the highest Germanic admixture of all Slavic countries, Poland coming second.

Of course they found them attractive - because German men tend to look and act more feminine than Polish men. Read my post above about Polish women and what they want in a man.

Oh for crying out loud I'm not talking about behavioral differences. Facial features, plain and simple.

FlaglessPole, your ideas about genetics are ridiculous

Ideas about genetics? Please do work on your comprehension skills. One doesn't have to be a professor in genetics to know that the physical appearance is their manifestation. I'm just talking about my observations from recent trip to Poland and Czech Republic. Obviously I visited Denmark as well, would you like to know how Polish men compare to Scandinavian ones? For the sake of civility let's assume that was a rhetorical question.

I'm Polish and I think men from other coutries aren't any better than Polish men.

Well good for you. I guarantee you that male model agencies do not consider Poland their prime recruiting territory, far from it, other countries take the lead in that respect.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #19
Poland coming second.

Second. So that should mean...

Facial features, plain and simple.

You want me to be brutal? German men do not look typically masculine. How else should I phrase it? I did say they look and act feminine.

male model agencies

Male models are not masculine-looking. I have just had a look at a modelling agency website working with various nationalities. The models all look horrible, simpering at the camera like a bunch of teenage girls, but even so, some of the Polish and Russian ones at least do have some vestiges of masculine features - like sharp cheekbones and strong chins.
Palivec - | 380
29 Sep 2013 #20
Well, MY observations are corroborated by many others, e.g. when I was a teenager, whenever I visited my friends in Prague, they would go absolutely gaga over Polish boys.

How did they spot them? Especially since there are almost no Poles in the city?
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #21
Believe it or not, but Polish and Czech teenagers did mingle. They would go travelling with their parents or participate in international youth camps. You make it sound like there was an iron curtain between each and every socialist state. I'm talking about the eighties and early nineties here mind you. I am sure that nowadays, the mingling that's going on is much more intense :-)
enkidu 7 | 623
29 Sep 2013 #22
Is there a point to argue about personal preferences? One like apple the most, other prefer oranges.

For instance -
Magdalena seems to be attracted to manly-looking and behaving men. Nothing wrong with that.

FlaglessPole seems to be attracted to more boyish-looking feminine, metro-sexual men. Nothing wrong with that either.
Side note: There is nothing wrong being openly gay, FlaglessPole. Just try to understand, that not everyone is like you.
InGdsk
29 Sep 2013 #23
Some Polish boys/men are gorgeous but most of them have nothing special or are ugly, short and square. I suppose that there is a higher % of good looking guys in Poland than in Germany. The huge majority of German men are ugly, rough, full of tattoes and piercings, with crazy looking haircuts and most German women look like truck drivers and are full of tattoes, piercings. Comparing any people to Germans is an insult to the former as Germans are for most of them ugly and unsophisticated. Poles on the whole look much better and Polish women look like women and not truck drivers.
Englishman 2 | 278
29 Sep 2013 #24
Magdalena wrote: <<Polish men tend to be rebellious, with a love of anarchy and a wild streak a mile wide, at least until their mothers and wives beat it out of them. Polish women see them not as true adults, but as little boys who have simply grown taller and who therefore need guidance throughout their lives. They often suffer relapses in married life and this is troublesome to the lady of the house. It is therefore only natural that the Polish female rejoices in western men who have long ago gotten in touch with their femininity and who have largely succumbed to the feminist view that testosterone is a dangerous substance which should ideally be forbidden.>>

It seems to me you're criticising Polish women for 'feminising' Polish men, or choosing as partners already-feminised Westerners in preference to 'real men'.

Surely a woman chooses the kind of man she wants to be with, or tries to turn a man into him? This might suggest that Polish women want so-called feminine men. So your preference for 'wild' men may not be widely held by Polosh women.

And anyway, as a Western man, I'm not keen on the 'feminine' label. I believe in being faithful, not hitting the woman I'm with, sharing domestic responsibilities, no meaning no, sex being at least as enjoyable for women as for men. Do these things make me feminine? Or undesirable?
enkidu 7 | 623
29 Sep 2013 #25
Damn. We need more women in this thread. Right now this is a men discussing men.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #26
Do these things make me feminine? Or undesirable?

No. On the other hand, if you (hypothetically) let your wife / partner choose your clothes, friends, food, and hobbies for you - that would make you a "feminine" man. If you let her spend all your money on what she thinks is best - ditto.

Also, I don't think "masculine" men are unfaithful, beat their partners, shirk domestic responsibilities, or are uncaring in the bedroom. Where on Earth did you get that idea from?
enkidu 7 | 623
29 Sep 2013 #27
No. On the other hand, if you (hypothetically) let your wife / partner choose your clothes, friends, food, and hobbies for you - that would make you a "feminine" man. If you let her spend all your money on what she thinks is best - ditto.

Some men needs Mommy. Some women needs boys. They marry each other and I have got no problem with that.
Quite popular deal in Poland, really. Poland is hidden Matriarchy.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #28
some of the Polish and Russian ones at least do have some vestiges of masculine features - like sharp cheekbones and strong chins.

exactly what I'm talking about, to be precise the lack thereof - male slavic faces are quite round, the square features you have to be looking for elsewhere
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
29 Sep 2013 #29
male slavic faces are quite round,

pics please? :-)
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
29 Sep 2013 #30
yeah sure, let me go grab the camera and I'll be on my way to Poland, shouldn't take long....


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