Why are the women of Poland so much better looking and nicer than anywhere around? Why do the men in Poland not show attention to the fine women? Do the men of Poland drink too much and not see what they have?
Why are the women of Poland so much better looking and nicer than anywhere around?
Yes, compared to other countries, Polish women are quite pretty. There are nasty jokes in Poland about the appearance of German women, for example. As some of our posters might be of German descent, I won`t tell you indecent jokes...
I think it is a result of genetic breeding. Pretty women turned on guys more often so they had more children than others.....
Why do the men in Poland not show attention to the fine women?
Growing up among pretty women, starting from kindergarten, makes a Polish man accustomed to the beauty.....
Do the men of Poland drink too much and not see what they have?
Yes, Poles drink a lot. No more than other countries, but a lot of strong alcohol at a time, which immediately makes you drunk. When stoned, you don`t pay attention to what you have. However, what is worse, women try to follow men`s` example and drink the same quantities....
Feminist activists turned out in force across the whole country to take part in ‘Manifa’ marches, which this year concentrated on women’s rights in the workplace and the right to equal pay.
John Beauchamp reports
In the southern city of Krakow, Joanna Senyszyn, a Socialist politician and Polish Member of the European Parliament, was out rallying too, and said that “the financial situation for women in Poland is much like the rest of the Europe, where women on average earn 20 percent less than men.”
Meanwhile, in the capital of Warsaw, rallies were attended by thousands of demonstrators who wanted to show solidarity for women affected by the financial crisis, among others. They were joined by Minister for Labour and Social Policy, Jolanta Fedak.
Manifa demonstrations were started in Poland 10 years ago, and this year International Women’s Day is celebrating 100 years since its inception. March 8th is even a public holiday in some countries, and many women will be rallying for their rights across the globe. Comments
* Radek 09.03.2010 23:11 Those women in Poland how are not happy about their "rights" and salaries should all go to Afghanistan (Zimbabwe, Turkey, Bangladesh etc.) to experience the difference and preferably stay there.This way we will get rid of low IQ genes. Radek
Women march ‘against exploitation’ 06.03.2011 14:16 Demonstrations by feminist organizations, under the umbrella MANIFA organisation, have been held in five major cities across Poland.
Women activists joined by their male supporters in Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Torun and Wroclaw are campaigning for a wider discussion on women’s rights, their role in economic, cultural and political life as well as on problems relating to discrimination against women, especially by employers.
The demonstration in Gdansk was held under the motto “In solidarity against exploitation of women”.
The protesters voiced conviction that though women constitute more than half of the population, their interests are marginalized and disregarded by a largely male elite. If this be changed, women could then positively influence public life since their priorities and values are often different from than that of men – they argued in speeches and distributed pamphlets.
MANIFA participants in Krakow have been demanding the adoption of the European Charter For Equality Of Men and Women In Local Life by the municipal authorities.
They also demand increased availability of places in nurseries and kindergartens to enable mothers a quicker return to work.
Demonstrators in Torun took to their bikes accompanied by children and pets in a family atmosphere under the slogan “Activism doesn’t’t bite”.
Those gathered for the MANIFA protest in Wroclaw presented a list of institutions and officials who have abandoned or even opposed the introduction of equality policy, giving them a “red warning card”.
Last year the government passed legislation requiring political parties to contain at least 30 percent of women on election lists, in an attempt to increase the participation of women in the political sphere.