Dakar

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Dakar Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Dakar, Senegal.

Dakar is the capital and largest city of Senegal and is often regarded as the cultural and commercial center of French-speaking West Africa. The metropolitan area is home to about 2.4 million people and lies on the end of the Cap Verte peninsula, which marks the westernmost point on the African mainland. Dakar is often the first stop in exploring French-speaking West Africa because it has good flight connections with Western Europe, whereas the other main French-speaking West African city, Abidjan, does not.

Market street in the working class Gueule Tapée quarter

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Prostitution in Senegal is legal and regulated. Prostitutes must be at least 21 years of age, register with the police, carry a valid sanitary card, and test negative for sexually transmitted infections. NGOs working with prostitutes claim that the police abuses prostitutes. Senegal is becoming a popular destination for Female sex tourism. In Senegal, prostitution has been legalised for decades. The official reason for this is to keep track of the health status of the prostitutes. But others say legalising prostitution is just a way of attracting tourists.

Red Light Districts

There is no window style red-light district in Dakar, Senegal. But there is still a lot of prostitutes, Check the prostitutes section below.

Prostitutes

Touristic beaches full of company seeking locals. Plage Bel-Air, Yoff, Yenn, N’Gor, and Toubab Dialao. Try these you'll not be disappointed.

For men

You will find prostitutes in tourist favored restaurant by the beach or in the city. Good example is Ngor island. The small harbour where the boat come, is a perfect spot. When evening is coming so the beach bars are full of girls waiting for company. Just pick up one and take her with you. When sun goes down the bars closes doors and nothing is happening in the until next morning.

For women

Just go any restaurant or to the beach. It is impossible to even avoid those men who are approaching you. There large selection of guys. From fake Rasta men smoking weed to real athletic guys showing of and makin pull ups on the beach. For woman it is more than easy. Just buy them dinner or something and they will take care of you.

Street Hookers

Most of the "locals" (mostly from neighboring countries) are seeking for company. They come out to the streets around three to four. Places where tourist like to hangout, restaurants, bars and avenues are filled of girls. There is no specific street for girls, but the quality girls are rooming in touristic areas. If you see a girl gazing you in the eyes so go for it, she is looking for a customer.

Les Almadies Dakar is the place to find gold diggers. Don't be surprise if you pay for a Coca-Cola 6euros. Girls are amazing tall, skinny the model type. On weekends the local rich family girl are around having fun these family girls are not looking for money they are very wealthy. Try La Patio or Duplex Club.

Strip Clubs

Brothels

Taxi drivers and bartenders will give you the directions to Brothels in Dakar. Remember Brothels are illegal in Senegal.

For example in Africa Star is really good for men seeking women. I went in ordered a beer and before i seat there was one Gambian girl asking if she can join me.

Erotic Massage Parlors

Most have 10,000 XOF promos you can work it from there for BJ's and HJ's. These massage parlors in dakar you can also call to you hotel room.

  • Calizen massage 33 860 88 08.
  • Sweetness massage 33 864 17 16.
  • Royal Massage 30 103 12 72.
  • Ideal massage 77 686 44 46.
  • Millennium massage 77 316 85 82.

Transsexuals / Shemales

Gay & Lesbian

Senegal specifically outlaws same-sex sexual acts, and has prosecuted men accused of homosexuality in the past. Homosexuals face routine discrimination in the society.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Senegal face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Senegal specifically outlaws same-sex sexual acts and, in the past, has prosecuted men accused of homosexuality. LGBT persons face routine discrimination in society.

All this does not mean that there are no gay scene. It is just hidden. Try Hotel Teranga if your seeking for gay company.

Sexual Services for Women

Senegal's gigolos actually have no nickname. But, according to a source quoted in a 2010 Globalpost report, female tourists target "rastas" who play the djembes (drums), because drummers are good in bed. Some observers brand the Senegal scene as male prostitution. Others see it as a harmless commercial take on dating.

The deal is a woman hits up with someone half her age and gives that new friend an all-expenses-paid ride in exchange for sex and a new lease of life. The Senegal gigolos apparently see themselves as tour guides who offer extras: a familiar pattern that puts the tour industry in a new light.

Sex Shops & Adult Stores

Most pharmacies in Dakar will sell Viagra, Kamagra and Cialis without prescription. Some street hustlers will also sell some potency medicines, but you can never be sure if they are legit or not.

Escort Services & Agencies

You can find plenty of escort agencies online.

Sleeping

There is a large selection of hotels around Dakar. Most of the tourists stay in resorts and beach hotels. Anyway most of the hotels even assume that you will bring a companion with you. Many of them ask you when your checking in that are you going to bring company.

Stay Safe

Petty crime in Dakar is relatively high; crime against tourists is common, even around Place de l'Independance. Use common sense: women should not walk around alone after dark. Watch your pockets in crowded places, such as Sandaga, and keep a close eye on your belongings. There are many different scams to get money from tourists, so be wary. The African favourite 'I work at your hotel and have run out of fuel, please can I borrow €10' etc are common, so don't be fooled.

Crime around the airport is extremely high. Do not change money at the airport. Con artists wait inside the arrival terminal by the baggage carousel. They inform you that they work for the airport and that they do not need any money from you. They snatch your bags out your hands, and lead you to a restaurant where you are told the kitchen is closed. They will all sit around you and demand money before they let you or your bags go. Some may offer to take you to "an affordable hotel" such as Hotel Tahiti. They then lock themselves in the room with you and demand money. They do not settle for anything less than $US10-25. They do not care if you have enough money for food or to get back to the airport. They will threaten you. Be warned.

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