There seems to be a connection here. Newsweek reports this week on a rare disorder, sexomnia, in which victims engage in sexual activity while asleep and don’t remember it afterward.
At the same time, Larry Flynt is offering a million dollars for memoirs of anyone who has had sexual relations that a “Congressperson, Senator or other prominent officeholder" would prefer to forget.
Scientists at the Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center
report that sleepsex, which can lead to physical and psychological damage, is treatable with anti-anxiety medication.
Flynt, publisher of Hustler, who is still in mourning for his friend Jerry Falwell, made his offer in a full-page ad in the Washington Post to elevate the moral tone in the nation’s capital.
If the Washington madam rounds up enough of her former employees with good memories and even minimal literary skills, she can make a contribution to medical science while solving her legal and financial problems at the same time.