If the old adage "sex sells" is true, then state legislators are trying to cash in.
But at a recent meeting about tax exemptions, legislators flirted with the idea of adding a special tax to adult products such as porn, inflatable dolls and dildos.
"We might have some frequent users in the Legislature, and that might cause a problem," Senate Democratic Leader Al Lawson joked during the meeting.
You don't say.
Such a tax would be sure to get a rise out of some consumers during these hard economic times.
One thing you don't do is mess with a man's porn.