Elin Nordegren is a beauty. His mistresses? "Butterfaces," as the blogosphere has unanimously ruled. So why did Tiger Woods cheat? And so many times? And with so many of "those kind of women?" Why Powerful Men Cheat
Theory #1: Blame it on the old maxim that says "for every beautiful woman in the world, there's a guy who's tired of sleeping with her."
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Theory #2: Blame it on the elusive female orgasm.
Theory #3: Blame it on the "Coolidge Effect," aka that peculiar phenomenon by which males, seen in nearly every species, show continuously high sexual performance given the introduction of new receptive partners. (Thanks, Wikipedia!)
In the video below, we are presented with a scenario that involves a hyper-sexualized Tiger, jacked up on success-induced testosterone, straying because he just wasn't getting the regularly required "ooohs," "ahhhs," and "throw me around like a rag doll" dirty talk needed for his ego. In short, he couldn't satisfy Elin:
It's not just about a matter of having regular sex, she needs to be having an orgasm most of the time, not every time, but most of the time. Clearly, she wasn't. When a woman has an orgasm in sex, she produces a huge amount of pheromones that attract a man... [Their bad sex] led to him having affairs and her faking orgasms.
Bad sex does happen, and don't we all know it? And Dr. Gray's theory is an interesting one, particularly since we have heard so much about Tiger's sexual dynamicism from nearly every mistress.
From Jamie "He was very well-endowed—above average. I would rate him an eight out of 10 in bed. He's good" Jungers to Mindy "He liked me to talk dirty to him, but hair-pulling was what really turned him on" Lawton, clearly Tiger could only perform for a cheering crowd.
Want more? Check out John Gray's intro to the video on Huffington Post.
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Photo: Dom Furore, TigerWoods.com