Even if Brett Favre did call, text and send pictures to a woman he knew on the Jets football staff, so what? Americans have turned out to be the most puritanical yet hypocritical in the modern world when it comes to sex. They are very good at invading the private space of individual's sex lives, and judging them especially if their targets, like Favre, are married and have children. A website we have never heard of published three photos purported to be of Favre's penis. Is there a purpose other than sensationalism to publish these pictures? The website also published a voice message said to be from Favre to the woman. Listeners are led to believe they are about to hear a racy, unbelievable voice mail that will implicate the football star. Instead all we hear is someone who may be Favre indicating he is in his hotel room and might be interested in company. There are supposedly other incidents in which Favre may have made passes at women or indicated an interest. Again, so what? His private life is his. What was and is going on between he and his wife is of no business to other people. Just because you are die-hard football fans does not mean you own the players and their personal lives. We hope the NFL will look at this intrusion into Brett Favre's personal live as just that, an intrusion. If the woman who supposedly received these messages from Favre has something more substantial then maybe she should speak up. Otherwise let this foolishness go and leave the man alone.