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We welcome Daniel Saynt, the founder and owner of a New York City member-only sex club called NSFW, which offers virtual and in-person sexual experiences. The club has instituted new rules to help their patrons stay as safe as possible from the virus.
At the judgment-free and sex-positive club where performances also take place, Daniel explains the number of people allowed in is limited, wearing masks is encouraged and he says the size of the club allows for social distancing. The club also encourages people to bring a trusted partner with them in hopes of minimizing the spread of the virus.
The club's website also notes they take guests' temperature, maximize the airflow in the space, provide hand sanitizer, and encourage attendees to inform them of any symptoms or to get tested for COVID 7 to 10 days after visiting the club and they will alert other members who also attended if someone has tested positive for the virus.
Daya, a member, and performer at the club tells Dr. Ian Smith she does not feel unsafe performing, explaining she is a solo act and when she has performed with others they were tested prior. She also notes most people in the club wear masks and she is distanced from the audience while on the stage.
For more on sex parties, check out the video below with “Hot Mess” podcast hosts comedian Alec Mapa and psychotherapist Matthew Dempsey -- and find out if any either of the hosts has been a gathering like this!?