I'm sure most people have heard of this Ashley Madison site. If you haven't, the site claims that it's a place for married people to go to have discreet affairs. As I'm sure you can imagine, I think the site is truly awful and aids in gravely immoral acts. But this should sort of go without saying, so why even bring it up? Well, recently, I came across this article written by some woman who went undercover on the Ashley Madison site, pretending to be an adulterous woman looking for a relationship. What was most fascinating about the article is how the men justified their adultery. That is, what was most interesting is that I found myself understanding their reasoning.
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
I'm very busy studying (and will be for the next three weeks), but I came across this interview while driving in the car listening to Sirius. I try not to make it a habit to listen to Howard Stern (a significantly large portion of the Howard Stern show is worthless and downright immoral), but he sometimes has decent interviews. This is not one of those interviews (Stern is particularly clueless here), but the topic itself is interesting. I'm not sure when this took place, but Artie Lange is there, so it must have been at least the 2000's, before Lange tried to kill himself in early 2010.