With so many millennials in New York City joining social clubs for career and networking purposes, there’s now one that’s very much…NSFW.
The New Society for Wellness (NSFW) is the newest social club to hit the scene and has been deemed the “SoHo House of sex clubs” with an exclusivity of of only 700 carefully selected members. With an average age of 28 and over 9,000 applicants, there’s a specific criteria to be accepted into the club which was created by NSFW founder, Daniel Saynt. His rules for becoming a member include being young, “Attractive, influential and socially driven.”
The Brooklyn-based club caters to NYC’s kinky and elite millennials as a “sex ed for grown-ups” with “legal adventures in sex, drugs, and mischief.” Located in Williamsburg, the clubhouse is a three-story “adult playground” with plenty of amenities—toys, full- and king-sized beds, ambient lighting, a high-tech sound system, and a meditation area—as well as a strict code of conduct members must follow to participate in the fun.
Special events are thrown outside of the apartment space at clubs such as House of Yes.
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If accepted into the club (primarily entertainers, models, and A-to-B-list celebs) you’ll pay a one-time membership fee of $169. After that you’ll have to pay for the individual events separately which range from $30 to $150.
If you think you have what it takes play with the millennial elite, apply here.