Sandra Bullock "Blind Sided" by Cheating Husband?
Fresh from her first Oscar win, news breaks that a woman named Michelle "Bombshell" McGee has come out to announce that she has been having an affair with Bullock's husband Jesse James. Rumor? Lie? Maybe. But then comes the news that Bullock has pulled out of making an appearance at the London premiere of "The Blindside".
So of course, the speculation begins. I like Sandra Bullock. I don't really know much about her husband, I just know he's some kind of car or bike guy who may or may not have had a reality show (I could Google it, but I'm not going to). I just don't like hearing about this stuff, I guess. I mean, she canceled the trip, so SOMETHING is going on...I just don't understand people as much as I'd like to.
If you're going to wanna cheat, why get married? All the time and money wasted, because you just wouldn't come to terms with the fact that you are completely and totally incapable of being in a committed, monogamous relationship-- not to mention the hurt and pain you cause others. And in this case, it's not as if no one knew the deal: he knows he's going to cheat, and SHE knows that he's married (in spite of what she says-- he's married to one of the most famous women in the world, and you don't know he's married?!).
I mean, look-- I'm a man. A male human. I have a penis, is my point. And I know that, as a man, your penis will sometimes talk to you when, say...a woman in a short skirt, or a tight jeans or a low-cut blouse or top walks by. You look. Men look-- we ALL look. Anyone that says they don't is lying. Gay or straight, it doesn't matter-- men look. Even the married/taken ones look. And that leads to the problem right there. Some men look...and go beyond the looking. Metaphorically speaking, the penis takes over. I guess this is what some people would call "sexual addiction"-- is that right? The inability to rein in your lust, or save your libido for one person...is that what this is all about (again, lazy with the Google-- just running my mouth here...what else is new)?
Is that really desirable? Jumping around from one person to the next? Having to start all over again with getting to know someone? Or hiding the fact that you're with someone else? Or lying about it? How much energy does it take to just keep going out, and continuing to find something new? I think of guys that do this (Tiger included, of course) and it makes me think...what was going on in their minds? Is it the fame that makes it easier to deal with mentally? The money? I mean, I would think that all of those things would make you want to be MORE cautious, but what do I know-- I don't have fame or money, so...
All the facts aren't out yet, and blah-blah-blah. Maybe we should start putting restrictions on heterosexual marriage, until they get the sanctity part right.