A new online series from Russell T Davies is looking for people to share real stories about their sexual experiences.

The series, Tofu, is an online tie-in to the Queer as Folk writer’s twin Channel 4 and E4 series, Cucumber and Banana.

Last week comedian Rufus Hound and In the Flesh star Luke Newberry signed up to appear in the two respective TV series.

However, Tofu will consist of interviews with real participants discussing their sex lives, charting issues from the rise of hook-up apps to the exploits of housewives.

Creator Russell T Davies said: “While Cucumber and Banana are fictional, we know that often the sweetest, most heart-warming, most tragic and most heartbreaking stories are real life tales.

“Tofu is all about highlighting the very real issues that we reference in the fictional shows – it will be a unique mixture of content made by the very talented Benjamin Cook.”

Cook – who previously co-authored the book The Writer’s Tale with Davies – is best known for his documentary series Becoming YouTube.

He said: “We’ll be interviewing real people about their real experiences.

“Men, women, every gender – all the pronouns! – trans or cis, straight or gay, bi, curious, maybe you’re sex-obsessed or take-it-or-leave-it, or maybe you’ve – whisper the words – never had sex and aren’t afraid to say so. We want to hear from you.

“No subject and no individual is off limits. We can’t wait to hear your stories.”

Over-18s can contribute to the project via Tofu’s official website.

Banana, Cucumber and Tofu are set to air in 2015.