Denver 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 Denver, Colorado.
Denver is the capital and largest city of Colorado, USA. Known as "The Mile-High City", Denver sits at an altitude of 5,280 feet/1,600 meters above sea level and lies where the Great Plains give way to the Rocky Mountains. Denver is a large city and one of the fastest growing in the United States.
- 1 Sex Scene and Prostitution
- 2 Red Light Districts
- 3 Prostitutes
- 4 Street Hookers
- 5 Strip Clubs
- 6 Brothels
- 7 Erotic Massage Parlors
- 8 Swinger Clubs
- 9 Transsexuals / Shemales
- 10 Gay & Lesbian
- 11 Sexual Services for Women
- 12 Sex Shops & Adult Stores
- 13 Escort Services & Agencies
- 14 Sleeping
- 15 Stay Safe
- 16 See Also
Sex Scene and Prostitution
Colorado has become the first state to adopt regulations for recreational marijuana businesses. You can now buy weed legally, but prostitution is still illegal.
Red Light Districts
For several years, vice cops from the Denver and Aurora police departments have been waging a much-publicized war on prostitution along Colfax, concentrating on the East Montclair neighbourhood that straddles the cities' borders. They've hauled in prostitutes, conducted numerous undercover stings, closed down motels that catered to the trade, worked closely with neighbourhood groups keen on removing the scum from their front steps, and even arranged to publish the names and photos of the prostitutes' customers in community newspapers.
There’s been a decrease in the prevalence of street-level prostitution because of the Internet advertising. There are both domestic and foreign nationals working on the streets of Denver.
Denver streetwalkers typically charge $20-$40 for oral and $40-$60 for a half-and-half. Higher-quality prostitutes charge $40-$60 for oral and between $60 and $100 for a sex in the car.
Street Prostitution Areas in Denver
- Colfax Ave
"The Denver, Lakewood, and Aurora police are always running stings on Colfax Avenue.
- Capitol Hill neighborhood
- Mississippi Ave
- Federal Blvd
- West Alameda Ave
- Blake St
- S Abilene St, Aurora
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- Diamond Cabaret
1222 Glenarm Pl Denver, CO 80204 (303) 571-4242 TheDiamondCabaret.com
Hours: Mon-Thu 10 am - 4 am Fri 10 am - 6 am Sat 12 pm - 6 am Sun 12 pm - 2 am
There is 3 little stages where the strippers dance. They do not get fully nude, and there is alcohol served at the bar.
There is definitely some hot girls and you can get a dance from one in the VIP room. Most girls charge about $30-$40 per song if you want a lap dance.
- Penthouse Club
4451 E Virginia Ave Denver, CO 80246
(303) 322-1717 PenthouseDenver.com
Hours: Mon-Wed 11 am - 2 am Thu-Sat 11 am - 4 am Sun 2 pm - 4 am
Only $10 admission. Decent shape dancers. You can smoke inside and there is complimentary valet parking.
- La Bohème Gentlemen's Cabaret
1443 Stout St Denver, CO 80202
(303) 820-3212 LaBohemeGC.com Hours: Mon-Sun 4 pm - 2 am
The drinks are weak and overpriced. Most of the strippers are actually pretty hot, but there is some nasty ones also. Happy Hour with $3.25 tap beers and only a $5 cover charge. Lap dance from the stripper costs $20 per song.
Erotic Massage Parlors offer sex in quite affrordable rates behind the curtains, but there is not brothels like in Tijuana.
Erotic Massage Parlors
Granted, every city has the massage parlour that’s known for a little tug and pull and possibly a bit more. If you’ve ever been to one, you know the routine but if you don’t, here’s the rundown.
When you enter, some parlors have the ladies lounging around in a common area or living room. Most of the girls are from South Korea, Japan, the Philippines or China. There’s sometimes a white girls or Mexicans in the mix also. The owner introduces the girls that are working. She’ll guide you to the back of the studio and lead you to a room with a bed, where she’ll ask for the house fee. This usually runs $40 to $80. If there’s no common area, each lady will come in and introduce herself.
If you don’t see anyone that interests you, feel free to leave. The owners are usually polite and accommodating, for the most part, and if you’ve paid the house fee they’ll refund it.
If you see someone that interests you, she’ll come in and you talk what happens from there.
Suffice to say that the more generous you are with the tip, the more generous she’ll be with the time you spend together.
- So'le Massage
720-227-5311 4955 72nd Street Suite F. Westminster, Co 80031 Denver, CO80031
Good massage and table shower. Girls will make sure you get clean and will scrub all the good areas. Then they will walk you to the room where you undress and action will begin.
- Oriental Massage
303-750-0127 8400 E Iliff Ave Denver, CO 80231
Dry Sauna, table Shower, private Rooms and all new.
- Emerald Massage
(303) 429-5077 8020 N. Federal Blvd. Westminster
Nice and friendly staff.
Swinger clubs in Denver:
- Rocky Mountain Connections, Tel. 720-363-7946.
- Sugar House, 1395 W. Alameda Ave. Tel. 303-777-9900.
- The Retreat, Tel. 303-234-0508.
Transsexuals / Shemales
You can find Shemale streetwalkers from same areas where regular hookers work. Also internet is full of t-girl prostitutes who are ready to have sex for $150-$250 for one hour.
Gay & Lesbian
- Midtowne Spa
2935 Zuni St (30th Ave & Zuni St) Denver, CO 80211 Highland
(303) 458-8902 www.midtowne.com
24 hours/7 days a week
Big-time play The Denver location of this bathhouse chain goes big, featuring jail cell, group rooms, outdoor pool and live shows twice a week. Always a pleasant staff. Always clean, older facility but still
- Denver Swim Club *
6923 E Colfax Ave Denver, CO 80220
(303) 322-4023 www.denverswimclub.com
Sex under the arches The Denver Swim Club is located 3 miles east of Broadway on Colfax Ave., and 4 blocks east of Monaco Parkway. It is on the north side of the street, with parking on both sides of the building.
- Buddies Private Club *
3430 North Academy Blvd. (Suite B) Colorado Springs, CO 80917
(719) 591-7660 www.clubbuddies.com
Located about an hour's drive from Denver, this sex club features many amenities: group showers, private porn movie viewing booths, semi-private video viewing booths, dark relax room, stadium style theatre with two televisions. There's even a sitting room with Direct TV, sling room, free wifi access, private rooms (for an additional charge) and lockers for storing personal items. Check out the hot tub, patio to find hot hunks to have sex with you.
- Denver Wrangler
1700 Logan St Denver, CO 80203 Capitol Hill
(303) 837-1075 www.denverwrangler.com
Where real men go to drink A variety of happy hour specials and events in the heart of downtown. Also you should check out Beer Bust Sundays. There's an industrial music theme and Wi-Fi access.
117 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
Hours: Mon-Thu 3 pm - 2 am Fri-Sun 12 pm - 2 am
- No cover charge. Some strippers are quite bad, but there is sometimes so decent ones.
Gay Cruising Areas
- 16th Street Pavillions
- Berkeley Park
- Bluff Lake Recreation Area
- Cheeseman Park
- Clear Creek
- Crown Hill Park
- Denver City Park
- Ruby Hill Park
Sexual Services for Women
Male escorts are much cheaper than female ones. Average cost for sex with male escort cost $50-$200. Most advertise online and services are usually cheaper for women than for men.
Sex Shops & Adult Stores
- The Crypt
8 Broadway Denver, CO 80238 Neighborhoods: Southwest, Speer (303) 733-3112 cryptleather.com
Great for your fetish costume needs, and they even have organic lube! Their collection of dildos is not so big. Staff is friendly.
- Secrets Adult Store
2280 S Quebec St Denver, CO 80231 (303) 369-6281
Hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 10 am - 12 am Fri-Sat 10 am - 1 am
Clean store. The workers are not intrusive and respect your personal space. Sometimes they have lack of inventory.
- Video One
600 Downing St Denver, CO 80218
(303) 832-4646 videoonedenver.com
Friendly adult video store.
Escort Services & Agencies
Most agencies advertise online and cost is usually $200-$300 for one hour.
Denver has lots of accommodations. Cheap motels for under $50 and better hotels for about $120-$150.
Denver is quite safe for a city its size. Use your common sense when traveling, particularly in downtown and some of the other inner-city neighborhoods. Denver has a quite visible population of homeless people, but the city has strict laws about accosting for money. In general, panhandlers harm no one. Downtown has a fairly active 24/7 population, especially in LoDo, so it is generally safe.
Still, it may be a good idea not to travel alone at night in some of the neighborhoods near downtown. Although the inner-city neighborhoods are not as bad as those in some other cities, they have more crime than the rest of the city. The rest of Denver is safe.
Like the rest of the United States, the emergency number in Denver is 911. This will connect you to the local emergency services (police, medical, and fire). If you need to report a crime to the police, such as a burglary (not in progress), minor assault (no injuries and not in progress), car theft, etc. Dial +1 720 913-2000 and request for police assistance.
The Denver Police is the main police force for the Denver Metro area. Most police officers are polite and trustworthy individuals, so if you need assistance, approaching a police officer is a good idea.
Altitude sickness or Acute mountain sickness is an ailment that potentially anyone can have when they visit areas with higher altitudes than they are used to, due to decreases in barometric pressure (not oxygen content). Denver is called the Mile High City for a reason--at an altitude of a mile above sea level, one can start to experience some of the effects of altitude sickness though generally this condition becomes more pronounced at elevations around 8000 ft (2500 m) and above. Some normal changes may occur when people travel to higher altitudes that are not altitude sickness. These include the following:
- Hyperventilation (breathing faster and/or deeper than normal)
- Shortness of breath after exertion
- Changes in nightly breathing
- Awaking at night
- Increased urination
The above are generally nothing to worry about, but problems with breathing may be helped by a drug called acetazolamide. If you think you may have problems, get advice from your doctor before traveling to Denver.
Some people get Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), which can be serious, at the higher elevations you will experience if you are touring through the Rocky Mountains. A diagnosis of AMS is usually given if a person has a headache accompanied by one of more of the following symptoms:
- Loss of appetite, vomiting and/or nausea
- Fatigue or weakness
- Dizziness or light-headedness
- Insomnia, difficulty sleeping
Some people liken AMS to a bad hangover or worse. It occurs because your brain tissue swells at higher elevations than it is used to. If you are feeling unwell at high altitudes, assume that you are suffering from AMS unless there is another logical explanation that would be accompanied by other symptoms (food poisoning or a viral infection).
To avoid AMS, try to get to a lower elevation until your symptoms subside, drink lots of fluid to avoid dehydration, and avoid traveling at high rates of ascent. If the symptoms continue or worsen, travel to a lower altitude. AMS can turn into High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), a potentially fatal condition where the brain swells so much that it ceases to function properly. Symptoms of HACE include confusion, inability to think clearly, lethargy, ataxia (walking staggerdly, as if one was drunk), and changes in behavior. The person may not recognize having HACE, but if you any of you experiences any of these symptoms (especially ataxia), immediately make sure the person is taken to lower elevations for medical treatment.
Another very serious condition, called High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) causes fluid in the lungs. If someone suffers chest tightness, congestion, gurgling breaths, blue or gray fingers or lips, cough producing frothy or pink liquid, and difficulty breathing even at rest, they should be taken to a lower elevation and receive medical treatment immediately.
Although not particularly common, keep in mind that these illnesses are possible and that anyone is susceptible to them, even if you have traveled to high elevations before. For more information about AMS and related illnesses, see this link. 
Another medical concern at higher elevations, particularly those in Colorado and Denver, is sunburn and skin cancer. The higher elevation means that there is less atmosphere protecting the skin from harmful solar radiation. This is especially true in Colorado, with both dry air that saps the skin of protective moisture and with the beautifully sunny days we have in the state.
Colorado actually has the highest rate of skin cancer in the country, so it is always a good idea to wear a lot of high SPF sun-screen, hats, long sleeve shirts and pants. You are not protected from the sun even in the winter. The sun's rays can actually be reflected by the snow on the ground, still causing skin damage. When in Colorado, do as the locals do, and wear sunscreen on any exposed skin surface at any time of the year.