The New York Jacks have a mission.
Some guys like the Jacks because of the health issue. If you like group sex it's about the only party that will keep you more or less safe from STDs but the Jacks were founded by men who were devoted to the art of jacking off as a satisfying experience by itself. Nothing against other forms of sexual expression but for some guys it is the most satisfying way to get off. We are also advocates of changing attitudes about this universal activity. It is usually treated as shameful or comical in our culture and we strongly believe it is a friendly and happy way to relate to each other. Come join us and see what you think.
SUNDAY VERSUS TUESDAY
We often get questions about how Sunday's parties compare to Tuesdays. The main difference is in the spaces where we meet. On Sundays we have two rooms which are laid out like an apartment. One room has a TV with solo porn and couches and the other is an atmospheric room where guys tend to gather in groups. There are many more places to sit or lie down if that's what you like. On Tuesdays we meet at Paddles which has a bar and quite a bit of S & M paraphenalia around due to the other uses of the space. There is a mezzanine with some chairs and also a back corridor next to the bar. This works better for guys who prefer to stand up to play or who like to walk around. The clientele is somewhat different at each party although of course they overlap. Sunday is a late afternoon party so we get more people from out of Manhattan and lots of travelers. Tuesday attracts guys coming from work or who live in the city but we also get a lot of travelers. Sundays we usually attract between 60 and 80 guys. Tuesdays will bring 50-70. Both parties begin when the doors open and end after 2 or 2 and 1/2 hours.
We have an open door policy and invite everyone of all ages, races and body types because we promote the goal of treating each other with courtesy and respect. Happily we are seeing more young guys lately who are discovering the fun of sharing the bate. The New York Jacks is alive and well.