For me; sex is a natural, intimate experience that is shared between two people. Sex can be a romantic or platonic way for two people to connect on a level that is not only physical or emotional; but even psychological.
What Working At A Sex Club Is Like
I am currently an AquaFlirt at Oasis Aqualounge located in downtown Toronto. My job entails hosting sex-based, educational events at the club, attending trade shows such as ‘The Everything to do with Sex Show’, Pride, etc. Representing the club and promoting our club’s sex and body positive values.
Behind the scenes, I run the Instagram of the Oasis AquaShop (our clothing line) as well as Aquabella (our club’s RealDoll). I also manage and or maintain the club’s websites. I have a lot of fun at my job. The people that frequent Oasis are quite wonderful. I feel fortunate to be involved in such a judgement-free, open minded community; surrounded by such kind and compassionate people. There is so much respect that is shared between every member of the club and in the seven months of working there; so far I have liked every person I’ve met.
Common Misconceptions About Sex Clubs
Quite often people assume the environment is more “intense” than it really is. I think there is a stigma surrounding sex clubs. I would compare Oasis to a yacht club. However instead of people going, grabbing a drink, socializing and talking about their love of boats; people come, grab a drink, go swimming, sit in the sauna, relax, chat and learn about how to enhance their sex lives.
It is very much a sexual, social club. Sure, of course sex is permitted within the clubs play-spaces. However I find most people come to connect on a level much deeper. They come to make friends, spend time with the friends they’ve made there, make connections with like minded people, network and overall become more involved within the community.
Rules To Follow Before Joining A Sex Club
There are a list of rules members must follow.
You must respect one-another’s boundaries and never proceed to do anything, even as simple as hug someone, without their consent to do so.
I often find new members are under the impression that “anyone here must be fair game” and that is NEVER true. There are multiple reasons one may choose to attend Oasis; to swim, socialize, have a drink, attend a work shop, etc. Not everyone who is there wishes to be approached for sex. That is something that must be accepted by anyone who wishes to be a part of this club.
You must also be respectful to anyone regardless of age, race, gender (or lack there may be of if someone does not identify with the spectrum), orientation or appearance. It is very important that our club be a SAFE space for anyone and everyone in our community. Which is something I truly love about Oasis. Homophobia, racism, transphobia, kink/slut-shaming or body shaming is strictly prohibited.
Diversity is what makes our community within our club wonderful but the acceptance and appreciation we have for one another and the things that make us unique is what makes our community beautiful.
When Happens At A Sex Club
We change our events nightly and weekly. If you came to Oasis everyday for an entire month, there would always be something different going on. Quite often we host demonstrations, workshops and presentations related to educating our members about new ways to explore their sex-lives. There is always something for everyone. Some nights we host speed-dating and ice-breaking games and activities to help singles connect over common interests. The best advice I have for anyone planning to attend Oasis for the first time is to come in with no expectations. Only expect to have a good time.
Tips To Know Before Working At A Sex Club
I would highly recommend attending a sex-club more than once before diving in to the adult industry. I feel that in order to work within the community; you need to experience the community first; learn about the people, the etiquette, the culture, the interests of others and most importantly you must learn about yourself.
I attended Oasis multiple times as a member before applying; as I spent more time getting to know others I got to learn so much about myself, what I enjoyed, what I was looking for (out of my partner and my lifestyle), what I wanted to learn more about; even that I was more comfortable with myself, my body and my sexuality than I was to start off with.
Cecilia Renee Morrell – I’m a 19 year old Promotional, Erotic Nude & Lingerie Model, Event Hostess; as well as a Freelance Social Media and Website Manager.
Originally born and raised in a small town my professional & personal life is currently based in Toronto, Ontario. I am currently the Monthly recurring host of “Money Shot” at Oasis Aqualounge, along with other weekly events & featured on their shop website & event posters.
The more hands-on aspect of my career includes the management of multiple websites & social media platforms for my respective clients. I enjoy not only the glamour of my professional life but the opportunities for growth, expansion and development as well.
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