A Polish woman has made the astounding announcement that she is aiming for the Guinness Book of World Records for having sex with 100,000 men, 20 minutes each, from every country of the world.
According to the Huffington Post, Ania Lisewska, 21, has a steady relationship but she plans to spread the love to every corner of the globe. She claims she's already had sex with 284 men, a fraction of the total she intends to achieve.
Lisewka's "long-term" boyfriend said that although he was "not thrilled" by his girlfriend's plan to tour the world before settling down - if at all she has such plans - he has "come to terms" with it because his “girlfriend” has allowed him no choice about it.
After Lisewska revealed she plans to accomplish the task by having sex only on Saturdays and Sundays, the Huffington Post did a quick calculation and found that at 20 minutes non-stop everyday it would take her four years to go through 100,000 men, or 100,000 men go through her.
However, with sex exclusively on Saturdays and Sundays, it would take her 20 years to accomplish the task. Being 21 years old, she would be 41 by the time she is bedding the 100,000th man. But chances are that the wear and tear of heavy use might have faded her youthful charms before 30 and she may find herself faced prematurely with a dwindled queue of men hoping to roll with her.
But she might consider making it earlier by cutting time with each man: Most men don't last 20 minutes.
But betting on her ability to accomplish the task – age is on her side - Lisewska says she is travelling around every major city in the world. She said: "I want men from Poland, Europe and all around the world. I love sex, fun and men. 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."
We want to exhort the Poles to get over their prudery but hasn't Lisewska taken sexual liberation a bit too far?
According to her Facebook page, she started the race to 100,000 in Warsaw and hopes to tour Poland before moving on to conquer virgin territory in other lands.
She has received nearly 18,000 likes on her Facebook page. She also said she is setting up a website where interested men can track her progress around the world while they await their turn.
But there are good reasons to believe this is only a publicity stunt.
Lisewska's website was down today and it is uncertain whether this is due to a generous flow of male traffic.
The Huffington Post reports, however, that the website never worked properly, except for the home page.
Besides, Lisewska had not granted media requests for an interview.
Reports say that in spite of her claim that she wants her effort to be recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records, the organization is not known to entertain extreme sexual stunts.
She also claims that someone hacked her Facebook page and posted a message that she has AIDS. She has denied the story and posted a test result on the social media site.