Opening Hours Monday am - pm Tuesday am - pm Wednesday am - pm Thursday am - pm Friday am - pm Saturday am - pm Sunday pm - pm Methods of Payment. Back then it was a store that people thought women couldn't go into and it was for men only. Our collection includes more than 15, products of every high end sex toy manufacturers.
Today, the store has 11 locations across Ontario including their head office in Brampton, shops in Oakville, Pickering, Ottawa, and Windsor. They weren't that many shops like this back then but now there are a lot of stores around," she said. The store offers a vast shoop of sex toys, lingerie, adult novelties and accessories.
In the past, adult stores were regulated as entertainment hubs and barred from setting up shop in certain areas under municipal bylaws.
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They did an interview with us and it was big for us. It was in the early 80s when Bannister decided to open the sex shop in Brampton, believing that he'd see success because it was an bramptkn market. It helped to open the door to tell people that it's a retail store, mainstream, and for everyone. Finally, feel free to share this with your contacts by clicking Facebook or Twitter icons.
sec The story was everywhere and we got good advertising out of it," said Makar. That victory propelled their brand as the national media gave their story some attention, she said.
Story continues below Back then, people were more hsop about their sexual tendencies and the shop was seen as a place where only men dared to enter, she said. Fast-forward to today and the opposite is true, according to Makar who said that a large majority of her customer base is now made up of women.
Brampton's popular adult store celebrates 30 years in business News by Jordan Maxwell Mississauga News Thirty years in the game and Brampton's largest sex shop, Aren't We Naughty, has been riding the path to steady growth, one toy at a time. Since opening inthe niche business has opened 11 more locations, grew to employees, and purchased a warehouse.
Battling public perception was one thing, but battling the law was another. What was once a taboo business venture has turned out to be a huge success for Aida Makar and her husband, Steve Bannister as more and more people become socially liberal and sexually aware, she said. It showed that making your life spicy in the bedroom is a normal thing," said Makar. Store sales have jumped approximately five per cent since last year.
shoo That's not the case anymore. The city's bylaw blocked the opening of their Queensway store due to the business classification. The sex shop fought to have their store classified as a retail and education business and won the case against Toronto in February this year. We have a large warehouse, where we stock everything that we sell to our customers.