And the Toronto neighbourhood soon to welcome a multi-storey sex pavilion is…
…Unclear, at least at the moment. What is clear is that Wicked, the 10-year-old “hedonistic” club in Little Portugal, is dismantling its exhibitionist cage and moving to a new location. The club closed its doors earlier this year when its West Queen West lease expired, and the owners are on the hunt for a new venue. According to a contact at the club, a few different properties are being scouted, and a final decision will likely be made by mid-February.
Wicked was Toronto’s first “on premise” sex venue when it opened in 2004, meaning that patrons were free to copulate on-site, as opposed to having to close the deal at a second location. In the last decade, the swingers biz has expanded to include newer, flashier sex pavilions like Oasis Aqualounge, which pegs itself as an upscale, spa-like destination, and Club M4, which hosts popular theme nights (e.g. MILF Mondays).
The city’s original swingers’ club is keeping mum about what features customers can expect at the new location. The club’s website does say that its new incarnation will be “something new and exciting,” which is great news for the city’s swingers—and potentially less-great news for the laced-up Torontonians who end up sharing their neighbourhood with a new and exciting sex den.