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  1. I don't know for sure, but the adult entertainment industry changed a lot in the last 20 years. I always favored private arrangements to expensive nights out and it won't change once this quarantine is over.
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  3. I agree with that part. My point is simply that times have changed and those places are not as profitable. When we'll return to normality, there won't be an influx of new visitors unless major changes are made. With many people currently burning their rainy day money to stay afloat, I doubt many will run to club with their first paycheck.
  4. I recently visited Montreal, and the adult industry landscape changed at lot. The corner of St-Laurent and St-Catherine used to be the center of adult entertainment and now you can barely see any traces of it. Even in Europe, places like Amsterdam are not what they used to be. The issue is that long time patrons are getting older and new potential visitors are turned off by the neon lights, dark curtains and a gorilla at the door. The cover charge, expensive booze and pressure to generously tip everyone you interact with, also doesn't help. When we can watch HD live or recorded shows at home, it's harder to justify a visit. If those places want to survive, they better start adapting to modern reality. If places like Montreal and Amsterdam changed, the same will happen here.
  5. To be honest, the popularity of those establishments has been on a steady decline for the past two decades. Changes to smoking and driving laws combined with a culture change in term social and workplace sexual harassement and equality has seriously affected those businesses. If gentlemen clubs want to survive, they seriously need to update their business model that hasn't changed since the 70's. Once the CV19 situation over, the financial impacts will remain for years. I highly doubt a fresh coat of paint will be enough. A complete overhaul of the industry is needed.
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