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  1. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by medalllione View Post
    I hope not.
    The owner is cash strapped and indebted to the hilt.

  2. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by RickFlairOtt View Post
    The owner is cash strapped and indebted to the hilt.
    Don't they own the building?

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    Will strip clubs survive COVID-19?

    NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wigss View Post
    Don't they own the building?
    He does together with the bank

  5. #29
    Damn...the list of business that can open on Tuesday (19 May) did not include strip clubs. I am getting tired of pornhub. When are they gonna open strip clubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by medalllione View Post
    Damn...the list of business that can open on Tuesday (19 May) did not include strip clubs. I am getting tired of pornhub. When are they gonna open strip clubs?
    Likely they will not open in the next year. They have a very poor lobby. It will make headlines if they do open.
    Our mental and emotional health balance is clearly influenced by sex. Abstinence is known to cause from anxiety to paranoia and depression... In fact, in case of light depressions, after having sex the brain releases endorphins, that decrease stress, inducing a state of euphoria.

  7. #31
    It will be deep into stage 3.

    I feel that massage parlors will be allowed to open shortly after hair dressers and estheticians but as the poster above mentions strip clubs (unfairly ?) will be kept in the batter's box until late into stage 3 so probably early September.

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    I'm calling that they'll open Stripclubs when bars open but will have to keep the "champagne room" closed.

    For rub and tug spas to open when hair dressers and estheticians open, then I think the MAs should wear a mask, gloves, and gown lol!
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    Not from your area, but my fave club just went under due to insurance costs. The pandemic blows the casualty/liability insurance business all to hell. OP right about clubs of any kind being in trouble. The successor to the SC I referred to (upscale country bar) has already gone under in less than a year...
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  10. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    I'm calling that they'll open Stripclubs when bars open but will have to keep the "champagne room" closed.

    For rub and tug spas to open when hair dressers and estheticians open, then I think the MAs should wear a mask, gloves, and gown lol!
    This will be a huge disincentive to visit my fave SC. The champagne room is the main draw: a chance for the strippers to earn a decent living and for the patrons, privacy with one-on-one fun with your dancer. Sitting in the open area, sipping a beer, watching dancers strut their stuff, and being hustled for a contactless "table" dance for $10 a shot isn't going to cut it for me, LoL.

  11. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    I'm calling that they'll open Stripclubs when bars open but will have to keep the "champagne room" closed.

    For rub and tug spas to open when hair dressers and estheticians open, then I think the MAs should wear a mask, gloves, and gown lol!
    It's really nothing to laugh about. Yes they may need to wear masks, but hair dressers and nail bars etc may have to as well. Just time some time to research the emerging rules in other provinces and you will see.

    Whether MAs keep their masks on behind closed doors will turn on issues such as what covid stats are telling us, consent, trust and screening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by medalllione View Post
    This will be a huge disincentive to visit my fave SC. The champagne room is the main draw: a chance for the strippers to earn a decent living and for the patrons, privacy with one-on-one fun with your dancer. Sitting in the open area, sipping a beer, watching dancers strut their stuff, and being hustled for a contactless "table" dance for $10 a shot isn't going to cut it for me, LoL.
    I feel you bro. I hope this isn't what it will come to, but I'm afraid it will. Don't forget about the masks too, can't even see their pretty mouths except for when they take a sip. But it will be hard for many once drunk LOL.
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  13. #37
    Moistness will be a problem.
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  14. #38
    Strip club in Wyoming has just opened, bars in Texas open Friday at 25 % capacity which is fine with me.

    I believe the bars in B.C. will be the first in Canada to open, the two massage spas in Kelowna, The Dollhouse and Beachbunnies are opening this week.

  15. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by medalllione View Post
    This will be a huge disincentive to visit my fave SC. The champagne room is the main draw: a chance for the strippers to earn a decent living and for the patrons, privacy with one-on-one fun with your dancer. Sitting in the open area, sipping a beer, watching dancers strut their stuff, and being hustled for a contactless "table" dance for $10 a shot isn't going to cut it for me, LoL.
    Yes, the only reason I pay for overpriced drinks while sitting in a sleazy bar is the champagne room experience. Stage dances are just the warm up, and "contactless dances" have zero appeal to me.

  16. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by Kilt Boy View Post
    Moistness will be a problem.
    Lol 😆

  17. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    I'm calling that they'll open Stripclubs when bars open but will have to keep the "champagne room" closed.
    This scenario would seem to be the most likely from a public health perspective, but it's difficult to imagine how it would be very appealling to the dancers from a business-model point of view (of course they might also find open CRs less than inviting, at least for a while or until a vaccine or treatment is established to be effective).

    How would the dancers be compensated for stage shows in a closed CR situation? Even if the dancer's fee is waived (which affects the bar's revenue stream), what incentive would a dancer have for being there with a closed CR?

    The whole thing makes me wonder if any of the local SCs will be around by the end of the year. Not meaning to be overly negative, but it's difficult to imagine an environment that is more destructive of the typical SC business model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilt Boy View Post
    Moistness will be a problem.
    ".....Knirps for moisture...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by r__d_ott View Post
    This scenario would seem to be the most likely from a public health perspective, but it's difficult to imagine how it would be very appealling to the dancers from a business-model point of view (of course they might also find open CRs less than inviting, at least for a while or until a vaccine or treatment is established to be effective).

    How would the dancers be compensated for stage shows in a closed CR situation? Even if the dancer's fee is waived (which affects the bar's revenue stream), what incentive would a dancer have for being there with a closed CR?

    The whole thing makes me wonder if any of the local SCs will be around by the end of the year. Not meaning to be overly negative, but it's difficult to imagine an environment that is more destructive of the typical SC business model.
    Very good points man, now let's progress this to the spa business model. Isn't spas a type of evolution of the SC by just eliminating the middle man (the stage and hustling), going straight to the back room for some even more anti-physical-distancing activities? Wouldn't it be more destructive to spas versus SC?
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  20. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    Very good points man, now let's progress this to the spa business model. Isn't spas a type of evolution of the SC by just eliminating the middle man (the stage and hustling), going straight to the back room for some even more anti-physical-distancing activities? Wouldn't it be more destructive to spas versus SC?
    I'm not a spa guy so someone else can validate this. But I would think the spa would be seen as less of a risk considering there will be less people in the building and the interaction is one on one. Usually there is sanitizer, a sink with soap, and in most cases a shower available. Of course none of that matters if the person is already sick.

  21. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Nesbot View Post
    I'm not a spa guy so someone else can validate this. But I would think the spa would be seen as less of a risk considering there will be less people in the building and the interaction is one on one. Usually there is sanitizer, a sink with soap, and in most cases a shower available. Of course none of that matters if the person is already sick.
    I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nesbot View Post
    I'm not a spa guy so someone else can validate this. But I would think the spa would be seen as less of a risk considering there will be less people in the building and the interaction is one on one. Usually there is sanitizer, a sink with soap, and in most cases a shower available. Of course none of that matters if the person is already sick.
    Yeah like you said, the shower, sink, and sanitizer is irrelevant once the virus is in the air (literally) and when the one-on-one intimate session is on, whether MA or SC. I just see the Spa has having more chances of intimate close interaction such as dfk, daty, etc as compared to in the back room of the SC. Oh well, will see what the government, providers, and clients decide to make of both the Spa and SC.
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  23. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by ShowBizz View Post
    Yeah like you said, the shower, sink, and sanitizer is irrelevant once the virus is in the air (literally) and when the one-on-one intimate session is on, whether MA or SC. I just see the Spa has having more chances of intimate close interaction such as dfk, daty, etc as compared to in the back room of the SC. Oh well, will see what the government, providers, and clients decide to make of both the Spa and SC.
    The interaction in a spa is one-on-one whereas in a strip club a client might have close contact with dozens of customers and a handful of strippers. It is a no-brainer that the exposure on a mathematical level in a strip bar is much higher.

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