Sex club posed as a church to evade the cops: I knew she had found out. He had hidden his secrets — about his bisexuality and his free-love lifestyle — from his religious family for years, but was relieved to now be exposed. Saynt started his elite sex group, which gathers weekly at a residential three-unit apartment building in Williamsburg, in Angel Chevrestt Models, entrepreneurs, singers, actors, media professionals, stylists and A-to-B list celebrities make up the clientele.
He attended church every Sunday, woke up at 6 a. As per the tenets of his religion, he did not celebrate birthdays or holidays, including Christmas. He began experimenting, attending sex parties and using Craigslist to hook up with men and women. In he graduated with a degree in e-commerce and legally changed his surname to Saynt. But he hid his true self once again when he married his now ex-wife in — and chose to keep his bisexuality and adventurousness from her. Potential members must answer a detailed questionnaire about their fantasies and preferences, submit photos of themselves and provide links to their social-media accounts.
Attractiveness and savvy style are also big considerations. Would I want this person having sex next to me? Saynt and his club members believe high standards are what keep the sex parties sizzling. THE bacchanals — the biggest of which take place at city venues such as House of Yes — celebrate themes ranging from BDSM and foot-fetish workshops to caviar dinner parties, but all end with little to no clothing on and plenty of hooking up. Sometimes there is a strict all-black dress code that includes masks.
The two are in an open relationship. At the Williamsburg clubhouse, the basement holds six beds with mesh dividers between them. Photos of tattooed models holding pizza and hot dogs over their genitals line the walls. Black leather toys are on display for members to test. The partnerships, in turn, help fund the parties. During a recent gathering, Saynt — who is working on his strained relationship with his parents — and 15 of his closest members met to celebrate his birthday.
But instead of blowing out candles for each year, Saynt spent an intimate night among his like-minded friends. Additional reporting by Heather Hauswirth Share this: