Alan Mercer turns in a long interview with Scotty Bowers (and his wife Lois, who knew nothing of his trick-turning past when they wed) in which he gets the controversial kiss-and-teller to talk about his childhood prostitution, selling used rubbers and his advice for John Travolta.
When asked if he thinks we've gone backwards in our sexual attitudes, Bowers asserts:
"You bet we have. I can't believe the attitude some people have today. They think everything is awful. I can't believe so many people pretend to be so square about these things."