That kicked off when Armstrong was president of the student body at the University of Michigan, the Ann Arbor campus.
Here is the entire tale, as told by lawyer-journalist Kathryn Rubino at Abovethelaw.com.
It doesn't require a Ph.D. in psychology to suspect that Shirvell himself might be struggling with sexual confusion.
But that is not why this saga could evolve into a drama, novel or episode on "Law & Order: SVU." The pull force in it is that captures the power of obsession.
So much of William Shakespeare's plays probe obsession. The victims of that unbalanced state of mind dominate Shakespeare's tragedies. They range from Hamlet to Othello.
But they also pop up in the history plays of Shakespeare. Those with power or who want more of it become consumed. How they suffer. As one famous line puts it, "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown."
In real life, we bore witness to former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District Preet Bharara's seemingly obsessive pursuit of investment guru Steve Cohen. That never panned out for Bharara.
Hillary Clinton chased the idea of becoming U.S. President. Perhaps that didn't happen because obsessions tend to be destructive.
Madonna seems obsessed with remaining young. She might thrive if she embraced aging and opened an institute for underdogs to study the creative arts.
Of course, most of us are at least somewhat obsessed. A new TV reality show could be based on we managed to control that- after we almost wound up destitute, in a mental hospital, in prison and/or dead. The obsessed's network could relate the latter situation.
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