I was amazed last night at the reactions of people on FaceBook to Congressman Anthony Weiner’s confession. Most people, male and female, were forgiving in the end. People were disappointed; people were worried about the impact his behavior would have on his career; people were concerned for his private life. Most people, though, gave him a break. Invariably, the people who didn’t give him a break were women. This was a universal finding among the many, many comments I read. It’s hard to quantify, but I know I saw at least 300 different reactions to Mr. Weiner’s confession. All the people who weren’t able to forgive him were women. I’ve been wondering why ever since. Here are some rambling thoughts on this topic. . .