Top 3 Things To Remember When Going Into a Strip Club In Ontario
Every place has its own specific dos and do not's, but there are some specific rules you want to follow when in Canada.
Gentlemen's Clubs in both New York State and Ontario have quite a bit in common. Whether it's the sights, sounds, or activities, those of us that enjoy the festivities pretty much go for the same reasons.
However, there are some key differences between venues in the two countries that you need to be aware of, especially if you are in one place and decide to head to the other for a night of fun.
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Besides the fact that you have to cross an international border from New York State to visit a strip club in Ontario, there are going to be a few things that you notice is different in Canada.
The Entertainers Are Required To Have a License
You may not have known this, but New York State does not require entertainers to have any sort of license. That is not the case in Ontario. Many municipalities in Ontario require club entertainers to be registered or have a license to work in a club. The province has a set of Adult Entertainment Parlour Regulations that need to be adhered to by club owners and staff.
The Entertainers Take It All Off
In New York, as you may know, entertainers have to wear coverings in some capacity. That does not apply to most clubs in Ontario as they go fully nude.
Don't Forget A Lot of Canadian Currency is in Coin Form
Remember that the Canadian $1 and $2 dollar bills are coins, so whatever you do, do NOT throw a Loonie or Toonie at your entertainers. You can politely hand them the coinage, or just slide it on the stage. I know you may want to make it hail in the club, but don't; if you gotta make it rain, try using denominations of $10 or higher.
These are just a few differences between clubs in New York and Ontario. If you just so happen to pull up on one, let me know how it goes.