Ethan Davidson estimates that he was only 5 or 6 when he heard the comparisons to Tiger Woods. “I was shocked,” he said. “I didn’t know I’d be that good, and I didn’t know I could pursue [golf] because I didn’t know I was that good. I thought I was just the average player.”
Two months before Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted to fathering a child with his housekeeper, I spent a week e-mailing rabbis about adultery. My question to them was this: Would they agree to a public dialogue with the creator of an online matchmaking service for people seeking extramarital affairs? One after another, they said no.
The number of public men destroyed of late through sexual scandals is simply staggering. Within 48 hours of each other we heard that IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who many believed would be the next President of France, as well as Arnold Schwarzenegger, until a few weeks ago the Governor of the most populous state in the Union, self-destructed with sex scandals.