ELITE sex club Snctm is returning with a bang for A-listers at a new venue in New York City "away from prying eyes" after months of lockdown.
The X-rated organization, which is rumored to have hosted actress Gwyneth Paltrow in the past, will thrust open the doors to its latest penthouse in Manhattan next month.
The secret society wants members to head to a raunchy masquerade bash to "christen" the new venue on May 15 for an "unforgettable night".
Tickets for the exclusive night are between $500 and $8,000 – on top on the already pricey fee to join the private members' club.
"Members who attend the Masquerade will be among the first to visit our new penthouse," it says of the Snctm website.
"The sleek triplex is discreetly nestled in one of Manhattan’s elite neighbourhoods – away from prying eyes.
“Within its walls, infinite pleasure is always within reach. At the Masquerade, we cater to your deepest desires.
"Under the cover of masks, members are free to observe, explore, and indulge, aiding our Devotees in their quest to christen our new home.
“Sip from the chalice of sensual pleasure and surrender to an evening of erotic decadence.
"As always, the dress code for gentlemen is black tie. Ladies, are may choose of evening wear or lingerie (or both)."
The attendance "will be limited", and pleasure seekers will have to be vaccinated and Covid-screened.
The private members' club has become known for hosting parties in cities from Moscow to Miami, offering guests the chance to realise their wildest sexual fantasies.
Applicants must go through a rigorous vetting process in which they disclose their name, age, occupation, and erotic fantasies.
Only those judged to be sufficiently attractive and "elite" will be accepted.
The club's etiquette guide says gentlemen are required to wear a proper tuxedo with a bow tie, while ladies must be "elegantly dressed in evening wear or lingerie".
Taking photos is strictly forbidden and you can also be chucked out for breaching the golden rule of "consensuality".
"We always ask before we touch," the club says.
"To preserve a safe environment for personal exploration, all members and guests are requested to conduct themselves with decorum, and to treat everyone with dignity and respect."
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