“Tiger Woods, you suck. G*d***it!”
– Tiger Woods beats himself up over a bad shot at Saturday’s Masters golf tournament, though we think the sentiment is applicable to oh-so-many screw-ups [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Yesterday, Tiger Woods teed off in his first golf tournament in months, the Masters, and did pretty darn well—four under par. [Huh? -- Editor Amelia] But that’s not what you want to hear about? You want to hear about the drama. A day before the tournament began, another woman stepped forward and said that she had sex with Tiger. Raychel Coudriet is 22 now, but was a teenager when Tiger was her neighbor and allegedly seduced her and they had unprotected sex on his couch, near a crib. “I felt used and violated, like I meant nothing to him but a night of casual sex,” Coudriet allegedly told a friend. “I just wanted to dig a big hole, crawl in and die.” Keep reading »
The current issue of New York magazine includes an expose on the real lives of women who are using sex to get paid and get famous. No, they’re not prostitutes, but if you haven’t heard their names already, that’s only because there’s so damn many of them out there these days. From Vegas “nightlife hostess” and Tiger Woods paramour Rachel Uchitel to Manhattan clubs’ so-called “bottle hookers,” it seems that if you want to get your name in the Post these days, it’s not about being a socialite, it’s sure not about having talent, and you don’t even have to have slept with an elected official. All you need to do is have sex with or use your sexuality to hustle the right guy, and not only are you a player in the “21st century courtesan economy,” thanks to the internet, everybody will know your name. Keep reading »
Classy move, Tiger Woods
, invoking your dead father in your new Nike
ad. Opportunistic. Gross. Typical of you.
I’m sorry, Tiger, but are we supposed to feel bad for you because you are a cheater and a liar? Because your father died? Because you lost some endorsement deals? Ummm, we don’t. [YouTube] Keep reading »
With the recent onslaught of celeb infidelity, we’ve seen the term “sex rehab” slinking into headlines with alarming frequency. David Duchovny kicked off the trend last year — the “X Files” star spent two months in treatment for his self-proclaimed sex addiction. Duchovny and wife Tea Leoni separated briefly but appear to be going strong months after their reconciliation.
Of course, the two gentlemen keeping sex rehab in the news right now are Tiger Woods and Jesse James; only time will tell if their efforts have paid off in the public eye (or in their blemished relationships). Because both men moved so quickly from scandal to treatment facility, we have to wonder — is checking into rehab simply a gesture of remorse, or does the program really work? Read more … Keep reading »