It looks like the end for Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair. As the new editor for the French edition of the Huffington Post, she gets a life of her own, and as she puts it, "a chance:"
“This is a chance for me,” Ms. Sinclair said. “The Huffington Post gave me a chance.”
In the interview later with Elle, she said, “I am neither a saint nor a victim. I am a free woman.”
Dominique, by contrast, is unemployed, facing criminal investigation in France, and becoming something of a pariah, according to the Times. [More...]
And then there's Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, neither of whom are on my radar, who are getting divorced. It's Katie's decision, and she's seeking sole custody. That speaks volumes so what's the deal?
Looks like Scientology may be the factor ripping them apart. Their daughter, Suri, is about to reach an age where Scientology expects her cooperation. How so?
Suri is at the age when children typically begin participating in a core Scientology practice called auditing — a version of counseling in which an individual discusses painful experiences while connected to a lie detector-type device called an E-meter.
Many Scientology kids also go through a Purification Rundown in the elementary school years — a regime that includes vitamins and sitting in a sauna for hours on end to cleanse the body of toxins.
I'd want sole custody in that situation too. But shouldn't she have known this would happen when she married him?
Scientology just moved a major headquarters to Denver. I might choose Hare Krishna over Scientology, although any kind or organized mass culture based on a supreme or higher power makes me nervous. Surely, I can't be the only one.
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