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  1. #1895
    I am replying to my own question here. I did some research and I found Seduction spa, Blondie massage spa and premium spa with her two locations Perla and Pure. These spas seem to have white girls. Please feel to add to this list of quality spas with white girls.

    In these spas it look like $140 will get you a handjob. VIP Body to body may run $240. My guess is that it is with release. Also are Asian less expensive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vitrea  [View Original Post]
    Reading through the forum. Escort sites seems pretty straight forward once I went though this and terb.

    Erotic Massage spas are confusing. Most seem Asian which I can get plenty of in USA. I like ethnic white girls. Canadian and Eastern European. Can someone help me out here and spot me a few top spas for white girls? . There is no option for that on Toronto exotic massage site and only option is Russian which again shows bunch of Asian spas.

  2. #1894

    Help me out a bit here

    Reading through the forum. Escort sites seems pretty straight forward once I went though this and terb.

    Erotic Massage spas are confusing. Most seem Asian which I can get plenty of in USA. I like ethnic white girls. Canadian and Eastern European. Can someone help me out here and spot me a few top spas for white girls? . There is no option for that on Toronto exotic massage site and only option is Russian which again shows bunch of Asian spas.

  3. #1893
    Quote Originally Posted by Vitrea  [View Original Post]
    Awesome overview. I like your writing style and it is evident that you enjoy writing.

    Can you please elaborate why you think Montreal is a better mongering destination than Toronto?. I'm planning a trip to one of the cities in the next several weeks. Trying to decide which one. I can only go to one. My main interest is high-quality massage parlors with extras and upscale strip clubs with extras for fun with the couple of my friends.
    Better depends on how you see it.

    Big pro for Toronto. Montreal is NOT ethnically as diverse as toronto. So if your goal is flag hunting (aka scoring various nationalities) then Toronto is a better location. Iranian, Egyptian, Hungarian, Korean, Indian and any other nationality. You got access!.

    Pros for Montreal.

    - Economics. Going rates for Toronto are around 300 CAD outcall /260 incall. You likely are paying 60 dollars less in Montreal. Massage parlors variance are not much (like may be 30 dollars off). I have also found fights also cheaper if you are living in US of A (you can also save money by heading out to Albany by southwest and crossing over via land).

    - Service. Quebecouise girls have a french background that makes them more sexually liberated and they have less hangups. I have always had better mileage in Montreal.

    - Strip clubs. Kamasutra and a bunch of other strip clubs are pretty decent and folks are less pushy with more access and fun (NO FS / BJ etc so not that much access). If you are going as a party then good to go have some fun better than Toronto strip clubs.

    Overall, while Canada itself is technically not a value monger destination. If you are in US and don't want to go through complex hunting process (Click and order outcall is something that is so easy that even a caveman can do it!) , not traveling for hours for poontang, while keeping things legit as much as you can. Canada is the place.

  4. #1892
    Quote Originally Posted by Vitrea  [View Original Post]
    Can you please elaborate why you think Montreal is a better mongering destination than Toronto?. I'm planning a trip to one of the cities in the next several weeks. Trying to decide which one. I can only go to one. My main interest is high-quality massage parlors with extras and upscale strip clubs with extras for fun with the couple of my friends.
    Without going into a detailed discussion, both Toronto and Montreal are great cities, great food and exciting culture. They both have great P4 P scenes. For the first-timer, I would recommend Montreal. It's easy to stay in the center and get around quickly by the Metro.

    There are high-quality massage parlors (mentioned in the MTL thread) and of course plenty of escorts. The notorious Canadian strip club scene died off several years back. It seemed to coincide with liberalizing prostitution. If you enjoy the atmosphere of strip clubs, there are some.

  5. #1891
    Thank you for the list of the top escort agencies in Toronto. This is very helpful.

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    I think escorts are the easiest for Canadian newbies to navigate. You text them your request and they text back a confirmation. Generally, they will not respond to text apps. So you need to use your USA Phone or pick-up a Canadian SIM card at a convenience store upon arrival. Most of the popular girls get booked up late Saturday night and early Sunday morning when agencies post the week's advance schedule.

    There are an abundance of reputable agencies. Off the top of my head, there is Hot Pink List, Hush, Mirage, Top Drawer Ladies, Sexy Friends Toronto and Toronto Passions. They all have websites which typically explain price, location and profiles with discreet photos. There are of course independents that might or might not screen. It can take a bit more effort to book an independent and they tend to charge more for their looks and reputation.

    As far as money, many experienced travelers have a bank account with Schwab or another on-line bank where you can make withdrawals anywhere in world without an ATM fee. There are foreign exchange places all over downtown Toronto and the suburbs. Many of them quote their current exchange rates on-line. (I wouldn't say there is a "best".) The airport is a really a bad place for foreign exchange. The United States retail exchange sites are horrible for exchanging currency.

    Since you seem to have never left the United States, I would suggest you read travel articles on general travel topics like exchanging currency or accessing foreign currency.

  6. #1890
    Awesome overview. I like your writing style and it is evident that you enjoy writing.

    Can you please elaborate why you think Montreal is a better mongering destination than Toronto?. I'm planning a trip to one of the cities in the next several weeks. Trying to decide which one. I can only go to one. My main interest is high-quality massage parlors with extras and upscale strip clubs with extras for fun with the couple of my friends.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manny51  [View Original Post]
    Hey fellas! I just finished my first trip to Toronto. It was mostly for business, but some punting was definitely an objective. This post is mostly for lay of the land stuff for newbies, stuff that I wish I knew before I came. Canadian native punters will find this too elementary, or may disagree.

    For the visitor, there are basically two options: massage parlors (with extras) and Escort services. For online research, there are two options. Terb. Ca is the most comprehensive website, very similar to ISG, and easy to sign up for. It is a Canada-focused, easy to search resource. Lots of escort reviews. For massage parlors, the main "resource" is http://www.toronto-exotic-massage.com/. But it's mostly just a listing. Few reviews of any value. And many of the reviews that I did read complained that the venues were dirty and gross. I decided to disregard.

    There are many agencies, most of which you will see listed here and on terb. But the most prominent ones were SFT, Secrets, Mirage, and HPL. Every Sunday night / Monday morning, the agencies post their schedules for the upcoming week. And they fill up fast. Most ladies work day shifts, something like 12-6 pm. The schedule is made one week at a time. Nothing is posted about future dates. Each agency sponsors several locations around the city. Most of the locations are in private or rented apartments in the northern suburbs (Markham, North York) or east in Missussuaga, which is where the Toronto airport is. However, each agency will have at least one location in downtown.

    For out of towners who are visiting, the strategy is to research the major agencies and read reviews on terb. Based on their website descriptions (which include donation fees), limited photos, and the reviews, you should make a list of at least 7-8 that would appeal to you if they are available. Then Sunday night or Monday morning, check the schedules to see if they are working that week and where, then call to make a reservation. Once confirmed, they will text you the exact location and the number to call at the lobby intercom. They will buzz you in. You must call from an actual mobile phone number. Whatsapp alone is not enough. By Tuesday morning, the quality ladies are all booked up.

    Here are some things to keep in mind. Firstly, Toronto is VERY big, and the maps of Toronto in your tourist books are deceiving. Most tourists will be located in downtown for business or whatever. The northern suburbs themselves are also large. I would consider travelling from downtown to North York akin to travelling from Manhattan to Brooklyn. By subway it takes 30-40 minutes. And that's assuming you can get there point to point by subway. On weekends, the metro lines are cut short, and not all the stations are in service. You have to take a bus the rest of the way. I experienced this first hand. It's a pain in the ass. I suppose that if you are fortunate enough to have a car, that you can drive. But driving in the city seems to be a pain. For out of towners, I would recommend sticking to the downtown locations. Most of them you can either walk, metro, or tram to. That being said, there are many locales near the airport, so I can see a 45-hour layover being very appealing.

    I would very much look at, and constantly refer back to, a Google Map of Toronto. If you can, pick a hotel near one of the Line 1 Metro stops. It will make a big difference.

    To someone staying downtown, there is only one really useful subway line, Line 1, the yellow line. It is shaped like a thin letter "you" with the bottom being Union Station at the Waterfront, where the Amtrak and Airport trains also come in. One arm of it goes up Yonge Street. The other goes in a slightly diagonal direction to the northwest. I suspect that most agencies will try to keep their locales within walking distance of a metro or tram stop, especially downtown, where they know most people won't have cars. Secondly, most of the agencies require that first timers be either senior terb members or get a reference from one. Seriously. Of course, different agencies will give newbies some slack, but you are at their mercy.

    As you can see, this is a system that favors the local who can take all the time they need to research the reviews, and have the patience to perhaps wade through the bad experiences to savor the good ones. And they are familiar with the neighborhoods and can drive anywhere. There is nothing like a Hotel Del Rey or FKKs here the point and shoot experience that I prefer. I had never tried an escort agency until now. I was always hesitant because I much prefer to see the goods. The experience pretty much matched my expectations. My experience was such the textbook definition of mediocre that I won't even go into it. The descriptions / photos are usually very "complimentary. " The photos have the faces blurred out, and can often be years old. I also suspect that at least some of the reviews are fake / planted. There is a lot of prep required, and for something that may not pan out.

    It's not that you can't have fun here. It won't be bad. You don't have to worry about people lifting your wallet or drugging you or whatever. And from what I can tell, agencies don't want bad reviews so they try to encourage everyone to do a good job. A single lady can always change her stage name and go to another agency. But once an agency's name is besmirched, that's it. Nonetheless, it is still a lot of work for what will likely be a mediocre experience for you.

    Donations range between 160-220 CAD. I found the best way to get CAD was at a downtown currency exchange. I used one called Calforex, in the Eaton Centre Mall. Clean, reliable, and open to 7 pm. No passport necessary if you exchanged a few hundred dollars. For $100, it gave me $127 CAD. The mid-market rate was 130. This is as good as it gets. The airport was offering 109. Chase Bank in the US was offering me 120. Guesstimate how many sessions you are thinking of, and exchange a few bills. Buy 4-5 single use metro cards. Each one is good for unlimited use for 2 hours from the first punch in. If you do the math, the day passes and Presto cards aren't worth it.

    In terms of food, the best place to eat is at the St Lawrence Market, rated the best Farmer's Market in the world. Get a Peameal Bacon sandwich at Carousel for $7. For dinner, have what Toronto does best Asian. Try Pai Thai food in downtown, or one of many good restaurant choices in the old Chinatown. I sampled traditional Canadian foods like poutine, bagels, smoked meat, and tourtiere, but they were much better in Montreal. If you've been there before, you'll be disappointed by the versions here.

    You can briefly enjoy the hobby if you are in town anyway. But Toronto is not a punting destination. For that, head to Montreal.

  7. #1889
    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeMonger  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I will be landing in Toronto soon.

    For some days I will be staying in Airbnb.

    Is it okay to invite an escort for outcall session?

    Thanks.
    For the poster of this question, I'm assuming you already know the answer. For others reading this, no, it is not okay to invite an escort to your Airbnb.

  8. #1888
    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeMonger  [View Original Post]
    Hi fellow punters,

    Is there a domina in Toronto who offers full service as well?

    I contacted The Ritual Chamber and the Headmistress has made it clear that they do not indulge in full service.

    My fantasy is to be dominated which involves abundant of intercourse.

    Do you guys know anyone who offers such services. Escort + domina?

    RSVP.
    Email her and ask. Based on Twitter posts, I think she does. But she seems to like to discuss things customer-by-customer.

    https://www.fennoor.com/

    https://twitter.com/fen_noor_

    Same with this lady.

    https://www.dategwen.ca/

    https://twitter.com/DateGwen

  9. #1887

    Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeMonger  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I will be landing in Toronto soon.

    For some days I will be staying in Airbnb.

    Is it okay to invite an escort for outcall session?

    Thanks.
    It's better to stay at a hotel. Discreet and no questions.

  10. #1886

    Dominatrix

    Hi fellow punters,

    Is there a domina in Toronto who offers full service as well?

    I contacted The Ritual Chamber and the Headmistress has made it clear that they do not indulge in full service.

    My fantasy is to be dominated which involves abundant of intercourse.

    Do you guys know anyone who offers such services. Escort + domina?

    RSVP.

  11. #1885
    Quote Originally Posted by BigTimeMonger  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys,

    I will be landing in Toronto soon.

    For some days I will be staying in Airbnb.

    Is it okay to invite an escort for outcall session?

    Thanks.
    Ask your host, your Airbnb host. And read the house rules on your Airbnb listing. Airbnb doesn't make the rules, the host does.

  12. #1884

    Bed and breakfast

    Hi guys,

    I will be landing in Toronto soon.

    For some days I will be staying in Airbnb.

    Is it okay to invite an escort for outcall session?

    Thanks.

  13. #1883
    Quote Originally Posted by Manny51  [View Original Post]
    Donations range between 160-220 CAD.

    You can briefly enjoy the hobby if you are in town anyway. But Toronto is not a punting destination. For that, head to Montreal.
    The price range for escorts hasn't been 160-220 for several years. The current price range is CAD 240-300.

    I personally think Toronto is about as good a punting destination as Montreal. Sure not every girl is working downtown, but there are far more agencies and far more girls in Toronto. Montreal is a relatively small city and the few agencies are concentrated downtown. That's ideal for visitors because you don't have to fret about which girls are downtown and when. However, there are a lot of girls who do work downtown Toronto.

    Neither city has the "point and shoot" party atmospheres as you describe that famous mongering destinations in other parts of the world do. It's basically you make an appointment incall or outcall and you do your business. Not much time for drinks, chit-chat, petting and whatever.

    For business travelers, many businesses are located out in the Toronto suburbs where there are agency incalls. That and the fact many agencies set up at hotels near the airport, means business travelers should just do a little planning.

    With some upfront research, I have been quite pleased with the physical beauty of the girls in Toronto. If you are into special things like anal, CIM, COF, et cetera, you definitely need to do some research. FWIW, I always received BBBJ. My biggest complaint is that some girls kind of do the LFK thing. The girls who were heavily reviewed as great kissers were definitely DFK all the way.

  14. #1882

    Newbie tips

    Hey fellas! I just finished my first trip to Toronto. It was mostly for business, but some punting was definitely an objective. This post is mostly for lay of the land stuff for newbies, stuff that I wish I knew before I came. Canadian native punters will find this too elementary, or may disagree.

    For the visitor, there are basically two options: massage parlors (with extras) and Escort services. For online research, there are two options. Terb. Ca is the most comprehensive website, very similar to ISG, and easy to sign up for. It is a Canada-focused, easy to search resource. Lots of escort reviews. For massage parlors, the main "resource" is http://www.toronto-exotic-massage.com/. But it's mostly just a listing. Few reviews of any value. And many of the reviews that I did read complained that the venues were dirty and gross. I decided to disregard.

    There are many agencies, most of which you will see listed here and on terb. But the most prominent ones were SFT, Secrets, Mirage, and HPL. Every Sunday night / Monday morning, the agencies post their schedules for the upcoming week. And they fill up fast. Most ladies work day shifts, something like 12-6 pm. The schedule is made one week at a time. Nothing is posted about future dates. Each agency sponsors several locations around the city. Most of the locations are in private or rented apartments in the northern suburbs (Markham, North York) or east in Missussuaga, which is where the Toronto airport is. However, each agency will have at least one location in downtown.

    For out of towners who are visiting, the strategy is to research the major agencies and read reviews on terb. Based on their website descriptions (which include donation fees), limited photos, and the reviews, you should make a list of at least 7-8 that would appeal to you if they are available. Then Sunday night or Monday morning, check the schedules to see if they are working that week and where, then call to make a reservation. Once confirmed, they will text you the exact location and the number to call at the lobby intercom. They will buzz you in. You must call from an actual mobile phone number. Whatsapp alone is not enough. By Tuesday morning, the quality ladies are all booked up.

    Here are some things to keep in mind. Firstly, Toronto is VERY big, and the maps of Toronto in your tourist books are deceiving. Most tourists will be located in downtown for business or whatever. The northern suburbs themselves are also large. I would consider travelling from downtown to North York akin to travelling from Manhattan to Brooklyn. By subway it takes 30-40 minutes. And that's assuming you can get there point to point by subway. On weekends, the metro lines are cut short, and not all the stations are in service. You have to take a bus the rest of the way. I experienced this first hand. It's a pain in the ass. I suppose that if you are fortunate enough to have a car, that you can drive. But driving in the city seems to be a pain. For out of towners, I would recommend sticking to the downtown locations. Most of them you can either walk, metro, or tram to. That being said, there are many locales near the airport, so I can see a 45-hour layover being very appealing.

    I would very much look at, and constantly refer back to, a Google Map of Toronto. If you can, pick a hotel near one of the Line 1 Metro stops. It will make a big difference.

    To someone staying downtown, there is only one really useful subway line, Line 1, the yellow line. It is shaped like a thin letter "you" with the bottom being Union Station at the Waterfront, where the Amtrak and Airport trains also come in. One arm of it goes up Yonge Street. The other goes in a slightly diagonal direction to the northwest. I suspect that most agencies will try to keep their locales within walking distance of a metro or tram stop, especially downtown, where they know most people won't have cars. Secondly, most of the agencies require that first timers be either senior terb members or get a reference from one. Seriously. Of course, different agencies will give newbies some slack, but you are at their mercy.

    As you can see, this is a system that favors the local who can take all the time they need to research the reviews, and have the patience to perhaps wade through the bad experiences to savor the good ones. And they are familiar with the neighborhoods and can drive anywhere. There is nothing like a Hotel Del Rey or FKKs here the point and shoot experience that I prefer. I had never tried an escort agency until now. I was always hesitant because I much prefer to see the goods. The experience pretty much matched my expectations. My experience was such the textbook definition of mediocre that I won't even go into it. The descriptions / photos are usually very "complimentary. " The photos have the faces blurred out, and can often be years old. I also suspect that at least some of the reviews are fake / planted. There is a lot of prep required, and for something that may not pan out.

    It's not that you can't have fun here. It won't be bad. You don't have to worry about people lifting your wallet or drugging you or whatever. And from what I can tell, agencies don't want bad reviews so they try to encourage everyone to do a good job. A single lady can always change her stage name and go to another agency. But once an agency's name is besmirched, that's it. Nonetheless, it is still a lot of work for what will likely be a mediocre experience for you.

    Donations range between 160-220 CAD. I found the best way to get CAD was at a downtown currency exchange. I used one called Calforex, in the Eaton Centre Mall. Clean, reliable, and open to 7 pm. No passport necessary if you exchanged a few hundred dollars. For $100, it gave me $127 CAD. The mid-market rate was 130. This is as good as it gets. The airport was offering 109. Chase Bank in the US was offering me 120. Guesstimate how many sessions you are thinking of, and exchange a few bills. Buy 4-5 single use metro cards. Each one is good for unlimited use for 2 hours from the first punch in. If you do the math, the day passes and Presto cards aren't worth it.

    In terms of food, the best place to eat is at the St Lawrence Market, rated the best Farmer's Market in the world. Get a Peameal Bacon sandwich at Carousel for $7. For dinner, have what Toronto does best Asian. Try Pai Thai food in downtown, or one of many good restaurant choices in the old Chinatown. I sampled traditional Canadian foods like poutine, bagels, smoked meat, and tourtiere, but they were much better in Montreal. If you've been there before, you'll be disappointed by the versions here.

    You can briefly enjoy the hobby if you are in town anyway. But Toronto is not a punting destination. For that, head to Montreal.

  15. #1881
    Quote Originally Posted by PussInThePants  [View Original Post]
    Thanks! This helps. Any idea about private or unconventional strip clubs? When I was in New York City, used the visit Fetish Affairs (you can Google it for more details). Basically it's like a private, invite only strip club that is assembled in a closed premise with free lance birds. I searched and couldn't find any in Toronto. If patrons here can throw some light, that would be extremely useful. Thanks in advance!
    Nothing like that as far as I know. There are other sorts of clubs, swingers, BDSM, etc. That are private clubs or groups, but nothing along the line of a strip club.

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