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From the differences in tipping to the contact rules, there are even strange quirks to the kind of music that can be played. From exactly what can be shown to what can be touched and some quirky laws in between, Canada has had a checkered relationship with the performance art of striptease. Strip clubs in Canada have had an unsettled history with some quirky laws and periods of strong public disapproval.
Image via Wikipedia. This situation has led to a lot of confusion, plenty of embarrassing situations and a global reputation for flip-flopping which has left many visitors in the dark about what is allowed and what is not. The resulting decline in visitor numbers has forced a number of strip clubs to close their doors. In Toronto alone, more than 30 strip clubs have closed over the last two decades with just 15 remaining venues. So, if strip clubs are legal, what are the quirks that customers should be aware of when it comes to visiting a Canadian striptease venue?
Zoning regulations in many cites mean that new strip clubs are often only able to open for business in industrial areas. Strip clubs in Canada face a difficult future with provincial laws forcing them out of the cities. Whether you are attending a strip club in Paris or Las Vegas, Macau or Dallas the expectation is that men will behave as gentlemen. This applies if you are visiting with a bachelor party or as the guest of your business associate.
Failure to maintain the appropriate levels of respect towards the dancers and all other staff is your one-way ticket to the sidewalk.
We know that it can be all too easy to get carried away by the raunchy performers, heady music and beer but common courtesy is expected at all times. Strippers are not just nude bodies there for your pleasure — they are women who are providing a service and deserve to be treated with respect. Most strip clubs offer refined environments so take your cues from the type of place you are in but always remember to respect the dancers.