“First of all, the fact that Tiger Woods and Jesse James have so many mistresses, that six of them will be featured at a porn expo and there are still many more left over, is incredibly disturbing.
Even more disturbing? The complete evisceration of shame in America today.
Used to be if you were the other woman you would slink off and dye your hair so no one would recognize you. Today there are book deals, paid interviews and now apparently a porn expo where your sluttiness will be celebrated.
The three mistresses who have been named thus far belong to Tiger: Joslyn James, Devon James and Holly Sampson. Since all three were already in the sex industry, I suppose it’s not a huge stretch that they would show up at what’s being called “A Stripper’s Legion of Doom.” I just wonder how good it feels to profit because you brought pain to another woman and her children.
In case you want to see what ruined these men’s marriages up close, head to the Rosemont, Illinois’ Exxxtacy 2010 to see some fake boobs, strippers and destroyers of all sacred vows.
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Do I agree that having a focused event, or part of an event, dedicated to the Tiger Woods and Jesse James Mistresses is a bit cheesey? Yes, I do. Although, I find it hard to blame these girls for profiting off of their stories. After all, if there were no profit to be made…then they wouldn’t be doing so. When the public stops being interested in the sex lives of celebrities, you will have your perfect world where their polygamist sexual preferences are not glorified. Until then, good luck shaking your finger at promiscuous super stars and their scarlet letters.
Also, adultery may be a very despicable and cowardly thing to do, but it is far from uncommon. Anywhere from 30% – 60% of married individuals will engage in some kind of infidelity during their marriage (Facts and Statistics About Infidelity). Treating Tiger Woods, Jesse James and/or any of their mistresses like pariahs for being part of what seems to be a fairly natural social trend, seems pretty naive. Money and talent might put individuals in the public eye, but it does not make them any less human than the lesser known married man who takes his ring off before entering a bar.
Lastly, this comment drives me up the wall. “I just wonder how good it feels to profit because you brought pain to another woman and her children.” Since when is it the single party’s responsibility to control fidelity? I would be asking Tiger and Jesse, “How does it feel to make people profitable by cheating with them?” I love how it can be conceived as a strategic victory when a single party steals a person’s significant other to create a lasting relationship, but when the cheating person refuses to leave their original contract…it becomes a horrifyingly evil offense.
Joslyn James, Devon James and Holly Sampson are simply making the best of the hands they were dealt. Will we ever know whether their intentions for fucking Tiger and Jesse were based on money in the beginning? Not unless one of them decides to write a book to conclude this charade. Does it matter either way? A resounding NO. Exxxtacy 2010 is still going to be attended, the Hottest Scandals of 2010 attraction is still going to be a hit, and the likes of Tiger Woods and Jesse James are still going to be successful.