Having suffered from a lack of confidence in his childhood, Paul Nozka-Petyt now aims to inspire self-confidence in men, through his online inspiration and purchasing tool. He has developed a brand – TheGruber.club – that matches his own tastes and aspirations, hoping that others will see value in it as well. The Gruber Club is an enriching, sensual, inspiring, unique and trust-building online community and shopping experience, offering eclectic products but telling an authentic story. The Gruber Club wants its subscribers to feel confident, courageous and inspired. Through this business, Paul wants to build a community of fulfilled individuals to raise awareness in society and help others build their confidence, which the young gay community sometimes badly needs. Have you ever looked at a person wondering what their story is? Are you curious about what made this person who they are today? For most of his life, Paul Nozka-Petyt was brought up in a sterile environment. His parents divorced when he was young. Her father went to jail and her mother left the country. Paul always knew his family weren’t one of the richest. He never felt he was missing anything, but often found himself having less than his school mates. When describing himself, Paul often says that he grew up on the streets with his friends. This is where he felt… free. One day, her mother decided to take her with her to France. It was a heartbreaking moment. Paul had to leave all his familiar landmarks and settle in a country where he had nothing and did not even speak the language! It was a challenge, and he vividly remembers calling his grandmother and crying on the phone trying to convince her to take him back with her. Paul felt empty inside, with a constant battle to learn a new language, to make new friends. It made him a stronger person. Puberty saw hormones hit hard. Paul started dating men, which changed his family life deeply. Everything that gave him contact with the world has been taken from him: television, telephone, computer, magazines, and much more! His identity stolen, Paul began to find solace in drugs, cigarettes, alcohol, without telling anyone. It taught her to have a happy face and to hide her feelings and her true personality very deep inside. Until the magical day when, lying on his bed with too much medicine, waiting for the end, Lady Gaga saved him with her song “Mary the Night”. The lyrics “I will marry tonight, I will not give up my life. I am a warrior queen, I live passionately tonight ” literally saved Paul that night! The past didn’t matter anymore. Paul knew he could create a better person. Start a new life. He stopped using his Polish name and called himself Paul from there, and prepared for his move when he turned 18. Paul’s first relationship was, however, a traumatic experience. Verbally and physically abused, forced to stay home without friends, pressured into prostitution to bring home money, and introduced to drugs. The downward spiral was obvious and inescapable. Disgusted by this turn of events, which taught him lessons he would have preferred to learn in another way, Paul couldn’t find a way to stop him though… He was weak. And worst of all, no matter how badly he was treated, Paul still believed he “loved” his torturer. One day he met someone who was going to change his life in the most positive way. Just a friend he met at a party, but he could sense there was genuine affection. Today, Paul and his friend are married in a loving, supportive and supportive relationship. Paul, having found some normalcy, happiness and stability in life, now wants to help gay men who are struggling with similar issues he has faced in his own life. The Gruber Club intends to do just that, by creating an online support platform and community where people can find inspiration, share their stories, buy items that have a strong empowerment element. self-confidence. A new platform offering a shopping and community experience to help men overcome their trust issues! Paul knows that there are people who will not overcome their problems like him. Some of them will succeed in ending their lives. Some of them will always be afraid to leave their abusive partner. Some of them will get lost in drugs. That is why Paul is standing here today, with the intention of spreading the words of hope for a better future.