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Sorry, But Tiger Woods Doesn’t Owe Me An Apology

Tiger Woods does not owe me an apology. He cheated on his wife, not me. I fail to see how he has wronged me. Politicians involved in sex scandals are a different story.

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Easier Said Than Done

Infidelity, Monogamy, Polyamory.. OH MY. Why is it so damn hard to openly communicate in intimate relationships?

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Sex Addiction: What the Tiger Woods Story Forces Us to Confront

The term “sex addiction” is used to describe a pattern of frequent, progressive, and often secret sexual behavior, even when the behavior jeopardizes a person’s time, employment, financial stability, relationships, and reputation. While often conflated with adultery, sex addiction does not necessarily mean cheating—or even intercourse. Rather, it can manifest as a dependency on pornography, masturbation, phone or Internet sex, and other related behavior.

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The Woods Scandal: Deafening Silence on the Health Risks of Infidelity

Coverage of a celebrity couple’s infidelity scandal is more than just a race for ratings – it is an opportunity to educate the public about the health risks and realities every couple faces when confronted with infidelity.

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Gender and High-Profile Sex Scandals

The Washington Post’s Richard Cohen pondered “Why is there no female Tiger Woods?.” After a bunch of ill-researched speculation, he concludes cheating and power are linked, and makes gross generalizations about women.

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