No - because they don't have money to pay for studies in USA (or in fact overseas, because costs of living are higher than in Poland in general). They have to EARN the money FIRST.
There are many ways for poor people to get a good American education. Stop making excuses. Israeli women don't come to the United States as millionaires. Stop trying to spread a false message that only Polish women struggle with money while other immigrants are well off.
the present dating pool of the OP - I don't know. He is not very rational in his observations.
Actually, I am and it's a fact that women from Israel and other parts of Europe take education a lot more seriously than Polish women who come to America.
At the university I work at, we have Israeli women spending almost all their time studying and doing research. Me and the guys have to convince them many times to go out to the bar on a Friday night and stop wasting time that should be spent partying.
well, you will not find educated women in strip clubs, would you? That is a given and stating a fact does not contribute to the real situation of Polish women. However, you have touched a point of view congruent with the feminist point regarding women's underemployment in certain fields, but that applies worldwide, not solely to Polish women.
The point about strip clubs is that it's shameful that many Polish women coming to western Europe choose to be strippers. Again, I think the idea that Polish parents teach their daughters to value appearance more than intellect has something to do with that...
It's interesting you bring up feminism. I took a few women's studies classes during my undergraduate years and a common fact that was accentuated was that religion contributes a lot to the oppression of women...especially the Catholic church. With Poland being the most Catholic country on earth, it adds to extending gender roles.
How about three sources? and in each case Polish women far out number both the U.S.A and Israel.
Jewish women have contributed far more to academia than Polish Catholic women. That is a fact.
One source showing the 10 most educated countries on earth. Poland is not on the list but Israel is number 2.
yes, I often do and what surprises me is the fact that some claim to be educated- well, as it has been illustrated by OP, not all types of formal education helps one to think rationally.
Work on your reading comprehension first. Then we'll talk about thinking rationally.
To put it in simple words he projects his own complexes on us and tries to sign out of Polish ancestry.
1.) To add on, my mother's family tree also has Jewish surnames in it so don't leave out some important info.
2.) Define Polish ancestry? I have no ethnic Polish ancestry whatsoever. Also, my most common ancestry is German. It's what I connect with the most and I most certainly don't have any complexes regarding Germans. German women are very educated and Germany has contributed so much to STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math)...including major contributions to the invention of calculus and quantum mechanics.