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'I’m on the point of entering my thirties and I’m still a virgin,’ confesses another.One man, echoing the sentiments of a great number of respondents, says, 'I just want to talk to someone.’ 'Don’t look at them!'And those are the women you see giving interviews on TV.

’ Breslin yells at me as she opens the front door of her Chicago apartment a crack.

Three sets of eyes stare out into the afternoon sunlight, two of which belong to a pair of very large, very angry Chesapeake Bay retrievers.

’) to vulnerability and self-delusion ('they are genuinely interested in me’). His wife is friends with your wife so you have to be careful. I’ve been trained to walk off a heart attack.’ Some are angry and resentful.

'Every guy has their reason for going to a strip club,’ a businessman explains. You see them sweat as their carefully hoarded banknotes dwindle. Insecure types who never learned how to talk to a girl. The girls there listen.’ Many of the writers feel unable to open up to their friends and family. 'I’m 61 and I like to think this is my revenge for all the beautiful women in the world whom I can’t approach, whom I can’t get.

But, over time, 'you would notice that the girl had been crying. 'The porn industry is very competitive’ – ever more so with pirated online content hitting profits – 'so the directors started doing increasingly extreme stuff.

'And the directors can be manipulative in terms of getting you to do what you don’t want to do.

She interviewed the porn star Jenna Jameson for the site, 'and her publicist said, “If you’re ever in LA come to a movie set.”’ Breslin duly did. It was either that or hang out with gang members [Breslin had taught a course about gangs and drugs at an arts college in Illinois].

(The film was called Flashpoint.) About that time she got the Playboy TV job and went on to visit more than 50 pornographic film sets. 'And I thought if I hung out on porn sets I was less likely to get shot.’ Initially, she says, it was 'fascinating’.

'Lonely guys who have nothing else to do and nowhere else to go. As the same man continues, 'Who else can you talk to? [In strip clubs] I can have some young beauty dance and smile at me anytime I want.’ There is a fascinating letter from a gay man whose objectivity makes his visits 'profoundly uncomfortable’.

On a stag night he notices the groom being 'far too admiring and his apathy toward his current relationship was suddenly and vividly apparent’.

The letters kept coming and, for 12 months, she published what she received. 'And a need for intimacy.’ This is as true of the Johns, who repeatedly write about wanting 'the company as much as the sex’, as it is of the strip-club patrons. I’m a 24-year-old who wastes his days sitting at a computer reviewing spreadsheets that don’t really matter,’ says one of the latter.

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