Hmmm not so squeaky clean
For four days, Daniel Saynt didn’t answer his mother’s constant phone calls.
“I just couldn’t face her,” Saynt recalled. “I had this pit in my stomach. I knew she had found out.”
When he finally answered, his mom could barely speak between sobs. “I’ll never show this to your father!” she said.
The shocked mother, a practicing Jehovah’s Witness, was looking at a Jan. 3, 2018, online article about her 35-year-old son — and how he runs one of New York City’s most exclusive millennials-only sex clubs, NSFW (New Society for Wellness).
“She was angry, hurt and worried they’d have to excommunicate me,” The Bronx native told The Post. 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. “I felt like it was time to come forward, and I didn’t want anything to stop me,” he said.
Saynt started his elite sex group, which gathers weekly at a residential three-unit apartment building in Williamsburg, in 2015.
NSFW now has 700 members — all meeting Saynt’s criteria of attractive, successful, avid social-media users — with an average age of 28. There are 300 more people on the waiting list, and more than 9,000 other applicants who didn’t make the cut. The membership fee is a one-time payment of $96, while each sex party carries an extra cost ranging from $30 to $150.Modal TriggerAngel Chevrestt
Models, entrepreneurs, singers, actors, media professionals, stylists and A-to-B list celebrities make up the clientele.
“It’s like the Soho House of sex,” said Saynt, referring to the swanky members-only social club.
And it’s a long way from his religious past.
Born Daniel Santiago at Albert Einstein Hospital in the Bronx, Saynt grew up poor and was raised by Puerto Rican parents devoted to their religion. He attended church every Sunday, woke up at 6 a.m. each morning to spread the gospel door-to-door before school and spent 10 hours a week at Bible study. As per the tenets of his religion, he did not celebrate birthdays or holidays, including Christmas.