not entertain groups that solicit sex or promote prostitution.
I know that organizers pay for subcribing to Meet Up. But does that justify people creating and sending out invites to solicit sex? Are you that hard up for money? Yes, I know we live in America and we have freedom of speech, assemble and religion. But, I do want to receive anything like this anymore. Do you condone groups such as "Friends with Benefits?" I am by no means a "virginal flower," however, I was offended to receive an invite to participate in a group of this nature. Are you allowing Meetup.com to become a Craiglist?
Ross Heckmann commented
I agree with Verna Johnson. I just got an unsolicited invitation to participate in a group whose meetings apparently are dedicated to casual sexual encounters sex, courtesy of Meetup (namely, the group "Salacious Salon." What is Meetup thinking?