Morning Edition' Returns: Congressional Sex Diarist Last week, Jessica Culter, 24, was fired from her job as a Senate staffer for using work time and computers to keep an Internet diary documenting her sex life with half a dozen men, including the chief of staff at a federal agency. Cutler has since been approached by a literary agent.
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Morning Edition' Returns: Congressional Sex Diarist

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Morning Edition' Returns: Congressional Sex Diarist

Morning Edition' Returns: Congressional Sex Diarist

Morning Edition' Returns: Congressional Sex Diarist

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Last week, Jessica Culter, 24, was fired from her job as a Senate staffer for using work time and computers to keep an Internet diary documenting her sex life with half a dozen men, including the chief of staff at a federal agency. Cutler has since been approached by a literary agent.