Here we have a site that encourages people to do their own thing, to be true to their wants and needs even at the expense of their marriage or family — and that wants Tebow to stop being himself.
That’s what the push for “authenticity” so often comes down to: Everyone should be himself, as long as it doesn’t threaten our preconceived notions.
It might not be for everyone, but Tim Tebow’s refreshing, unpretentious, uncool personality seems to be the real, true him.
Maybe the real fear is that New York won’t change Tebow and that he’ll stay his true, virginal self. An outbreak of that kind of Tebowing might be bad for Ashley Madison’s business.