8 Sex Clubs In Canada You Might Want To Visit If You're Interested In An Adult Experience
Themed events, fun play areas and more!
If visiting a sex club in Canada is something you've been thinking about, you might be surprised to find out that there are quite a few in the country.
Many of the clubs host events catered to specific sexual interests and orientations, as well as evenings just for general play, so there's likely something for everyone who wants to get involved.
Of course, there are specific rules that must be followed at adult clubs, which are all listed on their websites, but "no means no" and "enthusiastic yes required" are number one for all of them.
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Oasis Aqualounge in Toronto
Address: 231 Mutual St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: With three floors, a pool that's available year-round, as well as a hot tub and sauna, there's plenty of room to hang out and get sexy here if that's what you want to do!
Narcity recently visited the popular spot and gave a full review of Oasis.
L'Orage in Montreal
Price: $10+, plus the cost of membership.
Address: 7700 12e av., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: This should be your go-to spot if you want to experience exciting themed events such as Sexy Dance Thursday, Threesome Dating Friday, Sexy Hot Evening Saturday and Sunday of Gluttony.
Steamworks in Vancouver
Price: $5+, free for students for 90 days
Address: 123 W. Pender St., Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: This private men's gym, sauna and bathhouse is just for "men looking for other men!"
Some of the public play areas include a "labyrinth of glory holes and slurp ramps, a public sling, bunk beds and video lounges."
There's also free wifi, which is always a bonus.
The X Club in Mississauga
Address: 1625 Sismet Rd., Mississauga, ON
Why You Need To Go: If you're looking for an upscale evening, the club is available through membership only, which they say "keeps its exclusivity."
As well, they have a fun loft that gives you a bird's-eye view of the club if you prefer to watch.
Club L in Montreal
Address: 2570 Rue Jean-Talon E., Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: With a live DJ playing, you can also enjoy themed events around BDSM, fetish, and "dating" to find others to play with.
There's also a restaurant with a variety of nibbles and wine selections to get your evening started.
Club Rendezvous in Alberta
Address: 2280 39 Ave. N.E., Calgary, AB
Why You Need To Go: Club Rendezvous is a lifestyle club that was established in 1983 "where all lifestyles are welcome to meet and mingle in a no-pressure atmosphere."
As per their site, the club is "dedicated to providing a pleasant and safe atmosphere for those couples and select singles interested in experiencing the Swinging Lifestyle."
Luxuria in Montreal
Address: 8820 Boul. St-Laurent, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: If you want to enjoy dinner before your experience, you can hit up the restaurant conveniently located in the club.
After dinner, you can experience "swinging, mixing, voyeurism, exhibitionism" or just have a drink in a "sexy atmosphere."
Club M4 in Mississauga
Address: 1989A Dundas St. E., Mississauga, ON
Why You Need To Go: With over 5,000 square feet of play space and a fully stocked bar and lounge, there's plenty of room to either engage in play or to sit back, relax, and just watch what others around you are up to.
In terms of actually visiting a sex or lifestyle club, Narcity chatted with Fatima Mechtab, an employee at Toronto's Oasis Aqualounge, about the advice that she has for people visiting for the first time.
"Don't have expectations," Mechtab explained. "A lot of people may feel that because they paid a certain amount in admissions they're guaranteed something to happen, and that's absolutely not true."
"We do not provide any type of sexual services whatsoever," she continued. "We are a venue that allows people to express themselves sexually in whatever way they choose to."
If you're feeling nervous or hesitant about the whole situation, Mechtab recommends taking part in whatever activities the club might host to help people loosen up.
"Be willing to participate in any games or icebreakers, because if you're shy and nervous, those will definitely help you to loosen up a little bit," she shared, adding to not be afraid of asking questions if you need some clarification about what is and isn't acceptable.
In terms of what she wants people to know, Mechtab emphasized that following the rules is of the utmost importance.
"We're very big on our rules," Mechtab told Narcity. "Consent is of the utmost importance at Oasis Aquaounge."
"And I'm gonna go a step further by saying, not only does no mean no — only an emphatic yes throughout play means yes. So that's along the lines of active consent."
At any point throughout play, someone is allowed to change their mind, and everyone involved in the situation needs to be mindful of exercising active consent and disengaging.
Oasis also has an "ask once, don't ask twice" rule, which means that if you ask someone to engage in some sort of play and they decline, you cannot ask them again.
Have fun and stay safe, folks!
This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity.
This article's cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.
This article has been updated since it was originally published on August 10, 2022.
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