Hey dolls! Did you all have a nice holiday? Or were you naughty? Never mind, don’t answer that question. I can already guess the answer. See, a lot of people seem to think the service Ashley Madison provides—a venue for discreet affairs—was created by the devil himself. In fact, they get pretty vocal about it, often on television, or sometimes they talk about Ashley Madison on Twitter. I actually really enjoy watching the fray. It’s fun to see people get so worked up about it because my theory is, the more you vocally oppose something as being immoral, the more likely it is you’re doing it yourself. Want to see what I mean? Take a look at these video clips of Ashley Madison news coverage and draw your own conclusions.
“Making money by tearing families apart.” Um, what about the press boosting ratings by talking about sex and exaggerating? No? That’s okay? I see. And apparently, Ashley Madison sneaks into people’s homes at night, kidnaps them, and forces them to be unfaithful to their significant others because, you know, those people wouldn’t be doing that anyway, right?
Is it just me, or is Elisabeth Hasselbeck protesting a bit too much? Ashley Madison is like a “Chuck E. Cheese for cheaters”? Really, Elisabeth, that’s the best you could do? And I gotta say, Whoopi Goldberg makes an excellent point about, well, watch and see what she says. Love her.
Two housewives, bored with their sex lives, or tired of the lack there of, came to Ashley Madison and entered into long-term, satisfying affairs. One woman says it made her feel better about herself to know that someone out there found her sexually desirable and attractive. Exactly. Oh, and it’d be nice if journalists didn’t tack what they think may be urban legends onto the ends of what are supposed to be serious stories, don’t you agree?
Why Rachael Ray feels the need to discuss topics that are clearly beyond her purview is beyond me. I thought she had a cooking show? Maybe it’s because her husband has supposedly been unfaithful to her on numerous occasions, so she feels the need to blame someone. But then, what was that FHM photo shoot all about? It’s okay for millions of men other than your husband to see you in your underwear when you’re not even any kind of model or actress? A little hypocritical, aren’t we, Rachael?
What do you think? Is all this uproar necessary? Should people be spending more time tending their own lives rather than trying to tell everyone else how to live theirs? Sound off in the comments!