In May, Ania Lisewska from Warsaw had an unusual epiphany, deciding she could contribute to a more progressive society by sleeping with 100,000 men covering every country.
The 21-year-old design student's tally is so far just shy of 1,000. She has been prevented from entering countries such as Iraq and Lebanon, but told Metro she is still confident.
Your mission could take forever. Do you expect to complete it?
The end is far away but I am slowly making progress and everything is going to plan.
It seems very demanding. What is your motivation?
The project started to fight the taboo around sex, and if I can do something for this it will be a good achievement. I am motivated by the positive feedback I am receiving from my fans.
What areas of the world have been most difficult?
Muslims have a temper and have been confused by what they see in the media.
And where have you received you the best welcome?
Every country has great lovers, especially Polish, Czechs and Portuguese. My best experience so far was group sex in the Czech Republic.
You have become a sort of celebrity. What sort of fan mail do you get? And what do your friends and family think?
Feelings are mixed. There are extreme cases of outrage, threats and negative opinion. I was surprised by the confusion and noise around the project – I had no idea it would move people so much. My family is not very interested.
Have you thought about just doing something else?
Not until I complete my mission!