Here's how you can sneak into the world's most exclusive sex party Snctm as club recruits new 'beautiful performers'

ELITE sex club Snctm is hiring performers to thrill and entertain its super-rich guests.

Aspirational dancers can apply for the role at the exclusive X-rated organization by completing an online form.

Those that are lucky to be selected will be invited to casting auditions in Soho, New York on May 2.

Sharing a raunchy picture on their Instagram feed, bosses at Snctm teased: “What’s it like to work in the world’s most exclusive members-only sex club?

“We are seeking beautiful, creative, and passionate performers.”

Fans flooded the comments section under the ad, saying the opportunity would be a “dream”.

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Performers, known as Devotees, have shared their experiences about what it’s like to work in Snctm.

One told the Daily Star: “Going to an Snctm event as a guest was originally the inspiration for the job – the staff, guests, cast and members were all very welcoming and it felt like another world.”

Performers are required to learn different routines and plan their outfits as the kinky events are themed.

The club's website states: “Curious individuals granted entry will find a nonpareil experience within a fabled erotic theatre and an opportunity to explore their personal desires without judgment.”

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They’re required to put on an erotic show for their clients.

Membership fees at Snctm cost between $10,000 and $50,000 annually.

The private members club, founded in Beverly Hills, California, has become renowned for hosting lavish parties in cities ranging from Moscow to Miami.

Guests have the chance to realize their wildest sexual fantasies.

To join or attend an event, a guest must complete an application and submit photos for approval.

The vetting process is rigorous as applicants must disclose their name, age, occupation, and erotic fantasies.

The club says: “All submissions are confidential and reviewed solely by our Dominus Council for the purpose of maintaining the highest caliber of guests at our events. 

“If an applicant meets Snctm’s professional, reputational, and aesthetic criteria the applicant will be granted the status of Approved Non-Member and contacted directly.”

Only those deemed to be elite will be accepted.

The club’s etiquette guide states gentlemen must be dressed in a tux and bow tie.

Meanwhile, ladies must be elegantly dressed in evening wear or lingerie.

Masks are also mandatory but can be removed once inside the X-rated venue.

And, anyone that doesn’t stick to the dress code could be denied entry without a refund.

Taking photos is strictly forbidden and you can also be chucked out for breaching the golden rule of "consensuality".

The club asks: “We always ask before we touch.

“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.”

We revealed how Snctm thrusted open its doors to its latest venue in Manhattan last year after months of Covid lockdowns.

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Organizers said: “The sleek triplex is discreetly nestled in one of Manhattan’s elite neighborhoods – away from prying eyes.”

It was forced to cancel its New York orgy in April 2020 because of the pandemic.

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