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Tiger Woods was never the sort of athlete to get involved with social issues, not like Muhammad Ali protesting the Vietnam War or Martina Navratilova championing gay rights. But the scandal enveloping the superstar golfer has prompted national debate on several fronts, touching upon the intersection of celebrity and private life, raising questions about whether any athlete should be considered a role model. A spate of unconfirmed news reports and blog items this week have Woods checking into a private clinic in Mississippi to treat an alleged addiction to sex. Regardless of whether the reports are true, they have people talking about something that ranges far outside the world of sports.

Tiger Woods’ story veers to sex addiction

Tiger Woods: Is He a Sex Addict? | Hawaii Island Recovery

The calls for Tiger Woods to get help did not go unheeded. On Jan. Local television stations later confirmed the story. Few people know what actually happens at sex rehab. While those who treat it say sex addiction is a disease like any other compulsion, the field is in its infancy: there is virtually no research on it, compared with the vast resources on drug or alcohol addiction. That's really the question," says Benoit Denizet-Lewis, author of America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life , who has been treated for sex addiction himself.

Tiger Woods reported to be in sex-addiction clinic

Last Updated on Tiger Woods is one of the most successful golfers of all time, and one of the highest paid athletes in the world. Woods was ranked Number One in the world in and maintained a position at or near the top for several years. However, Woods took a break in late and early in an attempt to work out dramatic, very public marital difficulties that consumed tabloid readers for months. Since that time, Woods has been slowed down by back pain and surgery and had fallen out of the top by March
Tiger Woods is a publicly visible, but still tragic reminder that role modeling is how we learn to live our own lives. A father is the role model for manhood. I have no doubt that Tiger witnessed his father messing around, and therefore learned to adapt and emulate that exact behavior in his own life. Tiger is the product of his environment.