New Brunswick

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

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Prostitution in Canada is legal, but most surrounding activities, such as public communication for the purpose of prostitution, brothels and procuring are offences under the law. Escorting is the most common for of sex business in New Brunswick, but street prostitution also occurs on some areas of New Brunswick.


Regions, roads and major destinations of New Brunswick
Acadian Coast
Acadian culture in the northeast of the province.
Saint John River Valley
Small towns and cities on the Saint John River. The region includes the capital of the province, Fredericton.
Bay of Fundy
The coastal region along the Bay of Fundy, home to some of the highest tides in the world. Saint John is the largest city in the province while St. Andrews is one of the premier resort destinations.
Miramichi River Valley
The forested and hilly central part of the province.
Southeastern New Brunswick
A mixed French and English area with beaches along the Atlantic Coast and one of the province's largest cities, Moncton.


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Dating in New Brunswick can be a bit tricky due to cultural differences, so your best bet is to sign up for a dating site before your trip so you can meet a few locals ahead of time. lets you meet local members in New Brunswick and get to know them on a personal basis before you arrive. Take advantage of site features like live chat and member to member webcams so you can begin flirting before arranging a face-to-face meeting. Since your time in New Brunswick may be limited, get to know each other’s desires beforehand, so that when you meet you can start having some real fun.

How to find Sugar Babies & Sugar Daddies

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Gay & Lesbian

Canada is very open to all forms of LGBT travellers, indeed Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are all famed for their LGBT communities. Even smaller cities are very open and liberal, although not to the same extent. Outside these Metropolitan areas, open displays of affection shouldn't generally present a problem despite a more conservative outlook. However certain rural areas may be more problematic; as always use your discretion. Human Rights Codes protect against discrimination in all areas; including accommodation, access to health care and employment – should you encounter any negative responses, especially violent or threatening episodes immediately phone the police and they will be glad to help you. Canada is one of only a handful of countries in the world that have legal same sex marriage on a nation-wide level.

Gay people are very well accepted in New Brunswick, but the gay cruising and gay sex scene in New Brunswick is nothing compared to the big cities of Ontario. The best gay action in New Brunwick can be found from G Spot, 377 King St., 3rd flr., Frederickton (506) 4557768 and Triangles, 234 St. George St. (at Archibald), Moncton, (506) 8578779. If you visit Saint John, then head over to the Club Montreal at 9 Sydney St or Spy Nightclub & Lounge at 10 Dorchester St. Newfoundland has also two good gay friendly bars called Schroder's Piano Bar at 10 Bates Hill and Zone 216 at 216 Water St.

Escort services

If you want to have sex during your vacation, but don’t want to spend time looking for a fine woman, you can order an escort in a click of a button. You just need to find an escort agency and make an order online or by phone. Cost of New Brunswick escorts ranges from $100 to $400.

Stay safe

Safety in Canada is not usually a problem, and some basic common sense will go a long way. Even in the largest cities, violent crime is not a serious problem, and very few people are ever armed. Violent crime needn't worry the average traveller, as it is generally confined to particular neighbourhoods and is rarely a random crime. Overall crime rates in Canadian cities remain low compared to most similar sized urban areas in the United States and much of the rest of the world (though violent crime rates are higher than most western European cities). Crime is higher in overall in western provinces than in Eastern Canada, but is even higher in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Recently there have been several high-profile shootings in public/tourist areas – i.e. the June 2012 shootings at Toronto's Eaton's Centre and HUB Mall in Edmonton; the fact these incidents are so heavily covered by the media is related to the fact that they are considered very rare events.

New Brunswick is the largest of the Maritime provinces in Canada. This is a province of great adventures, friendly people, and breathtaking natural beauty all around, but despite its many accolades, there is also the reality that it does have its fair share of crime. According the Statistics Canada, from 2015 to 2016, the change in New Brunswick’s Crime Severity Index registered a +5% increase. This change was attributed to the rise of robbery and homicide incidents in the New Brunswick.

Further, Moncton and Saint John both counted among the cities with the highest violent crime severity index. Both cities also had large increase in robbery rates, +48% in Saint John and +62% in Moncton.

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