Ania Lisewska, Polish Woman, Wants To Have Sex With 100,000 Men
It's good to have a goal in life, but the one purportedly expressed by a woman in Warsaw, Poland, may be a stretch.
Ania Lisewska, 21, is allegedly attempting to travel to every city in the world so she can have sex with at least 100,000 men for 20 minutes each.
"I want men from Poland, Europe and all around the world. I love sex, fun and men," she said, according to the Austrian Times. "In Poland the subject of sex is still taboo and anyone who wants to fulfill their sexual fantasies is considered a deviant, a whore or mentally ill."
The supposed sex marathon allegedly began last month in Warsaw, according to her Facebook page, and she hopes to have her way across Poland before moving to other countries.
So far, she's had sex with 284 men, according to Fakt.pl and didn't let the fact she has a serious boyfriend stop her.
He told the Polish language website he was "not thrilled" with her unusual hobby, but had no choice and "had to come to terms" with it.
Her Facebook page currently only has slightly more than 9,000 likes, but Lisewska is allegedly attempting to attract potential partners by setting up a website where they can register and kept apprised of her current activities.
The story raises eyebrows for a number of reasons. First, Lisewska's website isn't working properly except for the front page.
In addition, she has not responded to media requests.
Then there is the nature of the quest itself. Having sex with 100,000 people for 20 minutes each would take a person more than 3.8 years -- and that's only if they went at it day and night without breaks for sleep, food or personal hygiene.
Lisewska claims she is planning her sexual encounters to take place on weekends, which would stretch out the time frame considerably -- up to nearly 20 years, according to one Polish website.
Another reason to be skeptical: Many of the media stories about Lisewska suggest she is attempting to get her erotic efforts recognized by Guinness World Records. The organization has never adjudicated sexually-oriented records.
Lisewska is now claiming to be the victim of foul play on her Facebook page. She claims it was hacked by someone who posted she had AIDS, which she denied by posting test results on the page.
But even if Lisewska is on the level and her motives are pure as the driven snow, the stories of guys who've been ripped off by "women" claiming to offer free sex or love are legion. Ask Manti T'eo, the football player who didn't realize his Internet girlfriend was actually a male friend.
Sometimes, they're not even women, like Nazario Cruz and Jose Urias, who were arrested earlier this month for allegedly pretending to be a young woman whose fantasy was to have sex while rolling around in cold hard cash. The deceptive duo allegedly arranged to meet the guys and would then rob them.