The 21-year-old woman above, Ania Lisewska, is attempting to do something that is probably impossible. Cloning humans? Nope. Inventing an awkward talk eliminating machine? Making the world’s largest ice cream cake? Nah (but please somebody do that at our office, thanks). No, Ania Lisewska wants to sleep with people. 100,000 people, to be exact.
Lisewska, of Warsaw, Poland, informed her followers of this pursuit via Facebook. And not only does she want to have sex with 10% of 1 million people (seriously, when you put it like that, it sounds even crazier), she wants to do so in all different cities around the world.
Of her newfound journey, she says this:
“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,”
It’s true that, all over the globe, there are people who still consider sexually active human beings — especially females — to be insane, classless, slutty and disgusting. So, while I do think this is likely to be a PR stunt, it’s still one that brings forward the everlasting taboo of female sexuality.
As for what constitutes sex and how she’s going about it, Lisewska has some brief guidelines:
“I will visit every city in Poland and when I’ve done all of them, I will start travelling abroad.
“The fun will take about 20 minutes per person, depending on how many people there are on each day.”
Now, I see nothing wrong with pursuing tons of sex. I just think 100,000 is a lot because it’s, you know, completely implausible. As Huffington Post points out, it sounds pretty difficult:
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.
To be fair, I have never met anybody with this type of goal so perhaps it’s actually attainable in that “somebody finally made a pizza that covers the Empire State Building.” Sure, it sounds impossible, but there’s a lot of dough in the world and a surplus of very, very bored people.
According to HuffPo, there are certain strange gaps in Lisewska’s story, but we’ll keep you updated on any future info.
Photo: Ania Lisewska’s Facebook.