Tiger Woods: The Female Perspective

December 15, 2009

Tabloid journalism is a business that's almost entirely dependent on women. Whether we just steal the occasional glance at the magazine covers in the grocery-store checkout line or spend hours on the web scouring, it's as if women are biologically wired to take greater interest in celebrity gossip than men are. We care about what names famous actors give their newborn babies, marvel over the wardrobe choices of hit-making stars at award shows. It's usually innocent fun, not something we expect to discuss with our husbands over dinner.Â

At least we didn't before November 27, when Tiger Woods crashed his Cadillac Escalade into a tree and a Pandora's box of wild tabloid reports, rumors and finally, admissions of infidelity, was opened. (For the rest of the story, click here.)

--Stina Sternberg