This brilliant set by Bill Bur has him talking about how dumb society gets while trying to bring down otherwise great and hugely successful men who committed infidelity.
Arnold Schwarzenegger spends a lifetime conquering one milestone after the other, and then suddenly all his achievements are forgotten, people get to bring him down and call his behaviour reprehensible because he fucked the babysitter.
Men who get to judge Tiger Woods for doing what he did can't be expected to put themselves in his shoes and fathom his situation, simply because most such men don't exactly have the prettiest women on the planet lining up to sleep with them, no questions asked.
Women who get to pass judgements on famous men who cheat can't be seriously expected to understand a guy's psychology, can't understand how a guy's dick constantly tells him to go for it, all the fucking time, day in and day out. Also, women would find it uncomfortable to account for the "behaviour" of the women who slept with Tiger Woods or Schwarzenegger, completely aware of the fact that these were married guys.
It may seem like Bill Burr is defending a man's right to cheat on his wife, but all he is essentially saying is that society puts in zero thought before judging a guy who fell for a beautiful, willing and inviting woman, while still in a relationship. Our minds find it comfortable to see things in black and white, and so people find it terribly convenient to label every such guy as a horny, unfeeling, good-for-nothing asshole who doesn't care about his wife or children, no matter what his track record in the past might have been, instead of trying to delve in deeper and understand things from his perspective.
The mere fact that a man will spend all his life building something great and magnificent, and then be willing to give it all away at the slightest temptation, for a few minutes of pleasure goes far enough to show how powerful those urges must have been for him.
"I can't resist the urges of Facebook", Bill Burr says, "and I get to judge Tiger Woods?"
It is hard to admit this, but people who commit "good" are the same who may sometime commit "bad", and vice versa. Every person ever is neither black nor white, just an endless ocean of grey. Even the best of people, sometimes, are blundering, complicated beings, and that's just how it is.
Edit: I'm young and was thus far relatively unexposed to the awesomeness that Bill Burr is. That guy has an amazing understanding of human behaviour, and has giant balls for saying things that he says, a lot of which might outwardly appear to be just plain women-bashing. This guy should definitely be on the starter kit of this sub.