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Meet the Woman Who's on a Quest to Have Sex with 100,000 Men

A few weeks ago Ania Lewiska embarked on the noble quest to break the world record for the largest number of sexual partners in history.
September 16, 2013, 3:15pm
Ania Lewiska

Ania Lewiska recently embarked on the noble quest to break the world record for the largest number of sexual partners in history. The fact that no such record even exists for her to break doesn't appear to bother the 21-year-old from Poland, who is aiming optimistically—and potentially absurdly—high, setting her desired target at 100,000 men.

The ex-graphic designer has allotted 20 minutes to each man and is willing to double that time if the lucky guy isn't satisfied by the end of his allocated period. Which is considerate of her. If Ania manages to fulfill her dream without eating, sleeping, or wasting precious time on some form of genital reconstruction procedure, she'll be at it for an amazing 33,000 hours—or roughly three years and eight months.


That's a lot of time, a lot of dicks, and a lot of money spent circumnavigating the globe in the search for men to help her enter the Guinness Book of World Records. I wanted to know how she sees the project going, so I gave her a quick call to find out.

VICE: Hey, Ania. Can you explain what exactly this project is about?
Ania Lewiska: I plan on getting into the Guinness Book of World Records by sleeping with 100,000 men. The idea came about one night when I was out drinking with my friends. I mean, I love having fun and I love having sex, so I thought it'd be a nice thing to do. My marathon started in Poland a few weeks ago and now I'm ready to see the world. I'm in the Czech Republic right now.

How are you organizing all of this? Is there a manager involved?
I have a couple of people helping me with my marathon, yes.

The men don't have to pay for the pleasure of your company, right?
No, no—I'm not a prostitute.

But isn't it quite pricey? Traveling around, paying for hotels… all that kind of stuff?
In Poland, the men have been splitting the hotel costs with me 50/50. The most expensive part is the travel, really. It costs quite a lot to reach so many men in all these different countries.

Yeah, that's not surprising. What do the hotels think of all these guys flooding in and out?
It's not a problem—we're very discreet. What goes on behind closed doors shouldn't bother them.

Have you gotten any hassle for it?
I've had a fair share of death threats, especially from Muslim countries. People in Egypt seem to be pretty angry. I'm not sure I'll be able to go there.


That's a shame. How many guys have you gotten through so far?
As of this morning, 424.

Wow, so you've still got a long way to go. Where should the other 99,576 men sign up?
Folks should go to my website and find all the info there. Don't write to me on Facebook—my inbox is totally full. In the first couple of days after announcing this sex trip, I received thousands and thousands of messages from guys who wanted to hook up.

Well, thanks for letting us know. One last thing—do your parents know what you're up to?
My mother and I don't talk and my father is dead.

Oh, OK. Your boyfriend?
No, no. I don't have a boyfriend.

Thanks, Ania, and the best of luck with your marathon!

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