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Montreal has made itself known worldwide with its budding sex culture. In the most liberal province of the already liberal Canada, it has often been compared to Amsterdam by more than one objective critic.
Tell any traveled tourist that you've visited Montreal and it's almost guaranteed the first thing they'll ask you is if you've been to Club Super Sexe or to Le , two of the extremely popular strip clubs that run a busy racket in Montreal's downtown core—and it's not only because most strip clubs allow physical contact with their dancers.
Montreal's red-light district, which began as a necessary evil to protect innocent girls from the dangers of lusty sailors, is as much of a long-standing Montreal tradition as its smoked meat, bagels and poutine. Historically, several factors have lead to the trend of traveling to Montreal to get down and groovy. During the United States prohibition, Montreal became a hub of gangsters and bootleggers looking for a good time. With this surge of tourism, not only did the authorities turn a blind eye, but it became en vogue for girls of little means to apply to the various brothels.
After the two world wars and the return of the soldiers, the brothels made enough money to pay off the fines and keep a regular clientele satisfied. Although brothels themselves were shut down sometime in the 50s, street walking, escorts, and strip clubs have become quite trendy.
That's a lot! How much? That's how much the United States pledged for rebuilding Southeast Asia after the tsunami. It's an on-going joke among Montrealers that you can't walk three blocks without hitting a strip bar, and for the most part it's true.