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  1. I don't agree with Samurai88 about how to handle a disagreement about the number of songs during a visit to the champagne room. If you are a regular customer and you are sure that the dancer is exaggerating, you do have power. You could tell the dancer that if she insists on overcharging, you will not repeat with her during your frequent future visits. That may be enough to change her mind. You can also say that you will inform the manager that she is overcharging, The club does not like dancers who overcharge, because it pisses off the customers, who may choose to go elsewhere in the future. So, if you explain that you have been a regular customer for a long time and you threaten to complain to the manager, most dancers won't try to cheat you. Most clubs have a lot more problems with dishonest dancers than with dishonest customers. If you have been a regular customer for a long time, the club manager will probably believe you.
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  3. I have been staying home also. My impression is that some of the dancers are staying home also, and that the rules at the clubs are more restrictive. Under any circumstances, fewer dancers and stricter rules makes the clubs seem less fun. In addition, those who do go to the clubs may be putting themselves at higher risk of infection than those who stay home. So there are a lot of reasons not to go, but I can understand that many people are tired of staying home and want to go out and have some fun once in a while. Like Philmore, I don't really miss going to clubs. It seems to me like the strip club scene in Ottawa has gone downhill a bit in the past few years. Maybe it's partly just that I have changed, but some of the clubs have closed and others have come under new management and somehow the clubs don't seem to be quite as good as they used to be. Nonetheless, it would be nice for the COVID-19 pandemic to finish so the clubs could at least get back to the way they were before COVID-19.
  4. Today the province of Quebec introduced some new rules for bars to try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. One of the rules is "no dancing". I wonder if there will still be women moving rhythmically on stage, at customer tables, or in the CR as music plays?
  5. Thanks to all of you who replied. Are there any days of the week that are best for daytime at Pigale?
  6. If I feel like going to a club in the daytime, which club(s) and which day(s) would you recommend?
  7. I just found out Phoenix will be working at Nuden: probably evenings Wed, Thu, Fri .
  8. Phoenix hasn't yet found a club in Ottawa/Gatineau where she wants to work since Barb's closed. I think she sometimes dances in Montreal, but I don't know the name of the club.
  9. I actually heard Camila is at Pigale this week but will be leaving on Friday.
  10. I think Camila is out of town for a while. I hope she will come back before too long.
  11. It is human nature to complain about changes that we don't like. Nonetheless, I am sure we all have things to be thankful for. As customers, we should be thankful there are several good clubs in the Ottawa/Gatineau area, the price of private dances has been the same for at least the last 15 years, and we have the freedom and the financial ability to choose to go the clubs we prefer. Owners who run their club well will make good profit, for which they should be thankful. Dancing is a tough way to make a living for sure! But compared to a lot of other jobs, it can provide decent money, it provides tremendous flexibility of schedule, and it is one of the few jobs where it is quite acceptable to consume alcohol while working. As for me, if I feel like going to Barefax I am not going to be deterred by the $5 upstairs fee. What matters is how much I enjoy the club.
  12. I met a dancer names Steph at Barb's a couple of weeks ago. Very nice young woman. Good conversationalist and very satisfying in CR.
  13. It's not fair to assume that all dancers have the same attitude towards customers or men in general. Each dancer is an individual with her own attitude. That said, there are a lot of dancers who have been treated very badly by one or more men in their private lives and there are plenty of customers at strip clubs who are disrespectful to dancers. Although it is not entirely fair, it is easy to understand how women who have been victimized by men could direct their anger towards men in general. I think that through conversation and interaction in the CR it is pretty easy to tell whether a dancer likes you as a person or just sees you as a person that she can extract money from. Also, if she tries to overcharge for the number of dances, it is a pretty good indicator of her attitude, at least to you if not customers/men in general.
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