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An exclusive survey of men for Closer by OnePulse, the mobile research app, has shockingly revealed that one in six has visited a prostitute and, of those, a third were married or in a serious relationship. Simone, 42, from north London, works in promotions.

We met through mutual friends and he treated me well. When I confronted him and he admitted the woman was a prostitute, I was crushed.

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I felt so humiliated and just sad that he could cheat on me. That evening, I went to a hotel and sobbed all night, my self-esteem was on the floor. I was so low and I still loved him despite everything.

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An added complication was that he had a year-old son, who I adored. I wanted to stay in his life.

I discovered, after we got...

Alarm bells rang and I raced home. That killed it for me.

Charlotte Rose, 36, from London, says: They are all capable of lying and doing anything to get the sex they want. But some do and there are three main reasons why they see me: They should accept how sexual men are and also make it easier for them to discuss their desires. Both parties should feel able to communicate their desires and hopefully get what they need.

Sarah Cooper, of cupon-cupon.info, describes...

Simon, 46, an accountant from Birmingham, explains: We used to have a great sex life — having sex at least once a day. But then, a few years ago, our circumstances changed.

I lost my job and we had to move house. After that something shifted in our relationship.

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I both want and need sex, ideally with her — if she wanted to do it then I would never look at anyone else. I felt as though I was going mad.

Sarah Cooper, of cupon-cupon.info, describes...

I only go very rarely — probably every six months — but the release when I do is amazing. OnePulse surveyed Closer readers in September Want your opinion to count?