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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.
The waiving of ordinary morals in war, she believes, is not a million miles from that.
It’s a 'rough’ industry, she says, and being exposed to it was 'partly responsible’ for a breakdown she suffered in 2005.
She thinks the experience is one of the reasons she and her husband clicked so quickly.
Indeed, the messages from military men are among the most shocking in her projects.
In Letters from Johns, one remembers '[brothels] – especially in Asia – that not only countenanced violence, but offered it à la carte’.