There is nothing more distracting to a good weekend of football then breaking gossip news reports about a high profile sports figure having an affair. I take that back, there is one thing more distracting, when said prominent sports figure allegedly argues with his wife and wrecks his SUV about having an affair.
While Tiger Woods is making all attempts at damage control, a lot of people are speculating about the entire situation. As always, a lot of people subscribe to the school of thought that anyone who is wealthy and powerful will never remain faithful. Then others think that monogamy is simply not natural. This argument always perplexes me because I have yet to see it this way.
What does it mean that it’s human nature to cheat? Is that logic simply based on biology?
I remember telling a guy that I wanted to be like the penguins and mate for life. He argued back that they ALL look alike, so of course it is easier for them to mate for life. GREAT. So much for my envy of penguin love!
Why do you think our society today views infidelity as a “natural” thing? It no longer shocks or awes us, does it?
Do you think our generation is learning a different perspective about fidelity? Ladies, were you told outright or indirectly that all men cheat? Is it something you were conditioned to prepare for and deal with when it happened?
Guys how do you think your views on fidelity were shaped? What is your position on monogamy being unnatural?