Meetup - Disappointed Over #Resist
Meetup has been my go-to source for trying out new activities and events in my area over the past couple years.I've made several friends, joined a sports team, and generally compiled an awesome list of things to do nearby.
That is until I got a notification in my inbox about this #Resist movement. So now it's okay to put company support behind one wing of the political spectrum after the site's message about fairly representing all sides? Are you kidding me Meetup.com? I've always assumed your site was above petty politicking but clearly I was wrong.
I have no problem with people bringing politics into their meetups, but I expected that you as the host site would remain above the whole mess instead of trying to push a particular ideological agenda.
(and I would be just as upset if you came out and created #TrumpWorship groups as well).I know you like to think that the recent executive order violated some boundary, but the only one crossing lines is you, Meetup.com.
Reason of review: Politics.
Preferred solution: Get rid of the whole #Resist movement. Let those who want to support it create meetups to do so, and those who do not want to support it do likewise..