Snctm (club)

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Snctm
Snctm (club).jpg
Snctm logo
LocationBeverly Hills, California, U.S.
OwnerThe Circle
TypeNightclub, sex club
Website
sntcm.com

Snctm is an American nightclub and sex club based in Beverly Hills, California.[1] It was founded by Damon Lawner.[2][3][4][5] It has been called the world's most exclusive sex club. Male attendees are required to wear tuxedos and female attendees wear lingerie or cocktail dresses and only allowed to attend by submitting head shots for approval.[6][7]

Snctm has hosted private sex parties in Kiev, Miami, the Hamptons and Moscow. Snctm's sex parties in the United States have reportedly been attended by such celebrities as comedian Bill Maher and actor Gwyneth Paltrow.[8]

The club was the subject of the Showtime unscripted docuseries Naked SNCTM.[9]

In August 2019 the club was sold to an anonymous investment group that refers to itself as the Circle.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Partners Studio (25 May 2018). "5 Things We Learned About Sexual Exploration From Watching SNCTM". HuffPost.
  2. ^ "Among the Flesh at a Famous Beverly Hills Orgy". melmagazine.com.
  3. ^ Radakovich, Anka (2018). "I Went to Snctm". Men's Health.
  4. ^ Sager, Mike (October 17, 2016). "The Founder of Hollywood's Most Elite Sex Club Is Unhappy". Esquire.
  5. ^ Stephens, Craig (21 November 2013). "Inside LA's Least Sexy Sex Club". Vice.
  6. ^ "You Can Join The World's Most Elite Sex Club For $98K". GQ. February 24, 2017.
  7. ^ Roberts, Sophie (11 October 2019). "Inside the world's most elite sex club where Hollywood A-listers have wild orgies". Daily Star.
  8. ^ Hauswirth, Heather; Oli Coleman (September 22, 2019). "Political unrest in Ukraine leaves sex party organizers scrambling". Page Six.
  9. ^ Pedersen, Erik (July 31, 2017). "'Naked SNCTM': Showtime Sets Date & Trailer For Docuseries About Beverly Hills' Most Exclusive Erotic Club". Deadline Hollywood.
  10. ^ Page Six Team (August 19, 2019). "LA sex club party promises to explore the secrets of 'carnal bliss'". Page Six.

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