SOCIALLY-DISTANCED SEX & THE CITY New York City sex club reopens after lockdown with new rules to keep patrons safe including socially-distanced orgies
A NEW York City sex club has unveiled rules to keep patrons coronavirus-free as it reopens – including "socially distanced orgies."
The reopening of NSFW – or the New Society for Wellness – comes as NYC began phase 2 of easing lockdowns on Monday.
“We have enough room to give each other space, so we’re asking members to engage in a ‘no new play’ policy, which means come and play with a partner and experience NSFW for the exhibitionist and voyeuristic sides of it,” Daniel Saynt, the club's founder told the New York Post.
The members-only space will only allow 10 percent capacity – or a cap of 20 people.
Couples must also adhere to a "no new play" policy – meaning that people may only hook up with the person they came with, Saynt added.
Saynt said other coronavirus safety precautions include temperature checks at the door, wearing a mask and gloves, and bringing a change of clean clothes in a plastic bag.
The club has also added sanitation stations throughout the space as a safety precaution against coronavirus.
“Throughout the clubhouse, there’s additional hand sanitizer and toy cleaners at sanitization stations," Saynt told the New York Post.