30 August 2007

Senator Larry Craig was arrested in June for soliciting sex in an airport bathroom, as reported Monday. According to the police, Craig had "tapped his right foot … as a signal used by persons wishing to engage in lewd conduct." Another signal?!

I loved Michael Savage the other night saying "what if I have a tune in my head and I'm tapping my feet to the rhythm while I'm on the bowl. Will I be arrested, too?"

Anyway, so after pleading guilty to a charge of misdemeanor disorderly conduct, Larry Craig paid $575 in fines and fees and was sentenced to a year of probation.

But since then, he has said he regrets his guilty plea and that his actions were "misconstrued"—he merely has a "wide stance" when using the toilet.

Is tapping your foot really code for public sex?

Just how sexy can you get when there's a divider in the way?

Can Senator Larry Craig still maintain his innocence after pleading guilty?

Is it wise to use a "wide stance" when you go to the bathroom?

All this and more is answered on the Bathroom Sex FAQ from Slate

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