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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;3771509;
    I could say with the large number of women coming forth that had an affair with a known married man that it says a lot about how women (in general but not all) are willing to do whatever it takes to be with a celebrity but I don't want to paint that broad of a stroke and am willing to judge people on an individual basis.
    I hear what you are saying Unk, and yah it's a generalization but unfortunately I think that far too many women are willing to have an affair with a married man with total disregard for his wife or family.

    So while many men may bond in their appreciation of affairs, so to many women undermine each other. I don't think the original post was intending to bash men... just saying they bond differently than women. (and as a woman, I wish women would/could bond like men)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;3771522;
    Thanks for coming out against all the "men are..." comments. Anyone prefacing a sentence that way should consider how they would feel hearing/reading a "women are..." sentence. Men and women are people. That is all.
    Hey now... I didn't create human nature! I don't respect women who run after married men - let alone rich, famous married men - nor do I respect men who condone the affairs that other men have. Nevertheless, to deny that there is a sizable segment of the human population that engage in these behaviors does not negate the truth. It is what it is.
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    As far as the outward appearance of the way men are reacting let me say this. How many of you have known of illicit affairs by your co-workers, acquaintances, friends neighbors, etc? When it finally comes out what is your public reaction to this? Remember that these men are Tiger's fellow co-workers, etc. and it makes for an awkward situation to publicly bash him just as it would be awkward for you to do so in your work environment. It's human nature and we all do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloomers;3771536;
    Hey now... I didn't create human nature! I don't respect women who run after married men - let alone rich, famous married men - nor do I respect men who condone the affairs that other men have. Nevertheless, to deny that there is a sizable segment of the human population that engage in these behaviors does not negate the truth. It is what it is.
    Human population, certainly. It is not relegated to men or women. As I have posted elsewhere in this thread, studies have shown that the percentage of men and women who cheat on their spouse is quite evenly balanced.
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    My comment was about how men and women in general seem to be reacting to what Tiger did.

    I don't see a lot of women saying the same kinds of things that many men are saying about Tiger's behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Dancer;3771689;
    My comment was about how men and women in general seem to be reacting to what Tiger did.

    I don't see a lot of women saying the same kinds of things that many men are saying about Tiger's behavior.
    I've actually been quite surprised at how many here on this forum feel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nennie;3769945;
    They have a boy and a girl. Yes he does have a right to privacy no matter what postition he is in life.
    Totally agree with you nennie. He is entitled to his privacy the same as anyone else when it comes to personal matters. Neither Tiger nor Elin put this in the headlines the media has made it a frenzy and interspersed it with out and out documented lies.

    Not condoning what he is alleged to have done but he is entitled to his personal life. He will no doubt leave the US for a while and contemplate his future.

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    All I have to say is that in my circle of friends and people that I talk to the reaction is the same by both sexes. My buddies and I aren't high fiving each other or giving the chest bump over it. Anything that I have read or seen on the news doesn't indicate that either. Could you share with us these men's reactions over being betrayed by Tiger's little secret because I sure haven't seen it anywhere.

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    We can blame the "man" all we want, but truth be told if there was not a "woman" out there accomdating this behavior we would not have this problem.
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    Captain, you are absolutely correct! Tiger has to own his disgusting behavior 100%, as does the women! Another person canNOT make you do anything! The way we act/react/respond to anything is totally on us as individuals. That can be a very difficult line to toe, but no one else is responsible for any individual's behavior except that person, I don't care what the situation is! There are always choices.

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