Last week Pat Robertson earned national headlines when he counseled a woman to ignore her husband's cheating because, "Well, he's a man." His own network, the Christian Broadcasting Network has issued a statement of regret. Kind of. "As a first step in the process, Dr. Show More Summary
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. US News | Syria News | More ABC News Videos “Males have a tendency to wander a little bit. And what you want to do is make a home so wonderful he doesn’t want to wander.” – Pat Robertson INFIDELITY is expected of men, according to Pat Robertson. [...]
Have you ever experienced the betrayal of a loved one? Has your man ever strayed and left you heartbroken, confused, and angry? Well - it was your fault. That's the lesson Pat Robertson - famous televangelist, God-lover, woman-hater and douche bag - wants us all to learn. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson's musings on why men cheat — because their wives don't clean the house well enough — are just the tip of the iceberg.
By Eric Marrapodi, Co-Editor CNN Belief Blog (CNN)–The Christian Broadcast Network regrets the misunderstanding. Again. Pat Robertson, the 83-year-old founder of the network and professional putter-of-foot-in-mouth, was not condoning adultery, the network said. Show More Summary
So, Pat Robertson thinks that if your husband is cheating it's probably your fault for being a bad homemaker? Really? I really, really thought, "Do not commit adultery" was an actual thing that applied to both genders. More » Pat Robertson...Show More Summary
The Christian Broadcasting Network is sort of sorry if Pat Robertson came across a chauvinistic pig this week. The televangelist appeared on The 700 Club Wednesday and responded to a viewer's question about how to forgive a cheatingShow More Summary
"His intent was not to condone infidelity or to cast blame. We regret any misunderstanding."
Here's some sage advice for the ladies from that brave defender of traditional marriage, Pat Robertson. Ladies, if your man cheats on you, try harder! Clearly you haven't made your home "so wonderful that he doesn't want to wander." Yeah, I doubt that the wandering had much to do with the home, quite frankly. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson argued on Wednesday's episode of The 700 Club that if a woman's husband cheats, it's because she failed to make the home "wonderful." Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Pat Robertson The 700 Club
Jesus take the wheel… PLEASE! Pat Robertson Says A Wife’s Duty Is To Keep Her Man Faithful Via HuffPo reports: Responding to a question from a viewer, Robertson said that married men “have a tendency to wander” and it
To mark today's International Day Against Homophobia, Human Rights Watch has posted its top four global villains in the battle for LGBT rights. Among those named is Pat Robertson's ACLJ, which has been exporting anti-gay hate across the globe. Show More Summary
Televangelist Pat Robertson is under fire once again after telling the wife of a cheating husband to get over the infidelity and provide a better home so he doesn’t “wander.” Robertson was responding to a letter from a woman identified as Ivy during Wednesday’s episode...
Pat Robertson’s cheating advice didn’t go over as well as he may have hoped. The evangelist, who appeared on Thursday’s 700 Club, responded to a woman pleading for advice on how to forgive her husband’s cheating by saying, “well, he’s a man.” That comment, along with several other snippets from Robertson’s response, have served to [...]Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez Oh Pat Robertson! You say the silliest things. This week, while he was answering questions on the Christian Broadcasting Network, a woman called in to say her husband had cheated on her and she was having trouble forgiving him. Show More Summary
"Here's the secret: Stop talking the cheating. He cheated on you! Well, he's a man," Pat Robertson advises a woman whose husband cheated on her.
Pat Robertson has already offered up advice about LGBT activities (they are members of The Illuminati!) and advice for those whose wives aren't respectful (become Muslim and beat them!). Now, the televangelist has words of wisdom for...Show More Summary
No doubt about it: Pat Robertson's still got it. On yesterday's 700 club, a viewer asked for guidance on how to forgive her husband, who had cheated on her. Right Wing Watch reports that the reverend offered her this advice (with our annotations):
Pat Robertson has given advice to a woman pleading for help to forgive her husband for cheating on her years ago.
[Content Note: Misogyny; victim-blaming; gender essentialism.]"Touch his face. Hold his hand. Look into his eyes. Talk to him.... Make a home so wonderful that he doesn't wanna wander."—Pat Robertson, offering some TERRIFIC advice to...Show More Summary