What Makes Women About a Community

What Makes Women About a Community

Women About is pursuing a big, simple goal.

Share events  –– about most everything. “Everything” is, admittedly, a broad pursuit, so we’d like to take a moment to share what exactly “Most Everything” means to our community.

The variety of Women About events surprises and delights us day in and day out. Women About members, it seems, are passionate about everything under the sun. Whatever you’re into socially, whatever you want Women About to be about — chances are we’re cool with it. There are a few exceptions to the rule, and the precedents we expect all Women About events to adhere to, are outlined in our Community Guidelines. They help us make sure that every event is aligned with the Women About mission to build local community, and ensure that events stay friendly, welcoming, and respectful. The guidelines are pretty straightforward, but here are the basics below.

First up, every event must fulfill three basic requirements:

  • Women About events are about local, real life, face-to-face community building and group interactions.
  • Women About events are fun and respectful of members and the community at large.
  • Women About events do not support activities that leverage professional or personal services for business purposes and/or profit.

At Women About we personally review each event to make sure it’s inline with our Community Guidelines. We want to make sure each event is non-offensive to our members and is set up to support our community.

We count on the Women About community at large to help us ensure our goals, and make sure events stay friendly, safe, and inviting. If you find any offensive material within our community there are several ways for members to report abuse: send us an email to , we will investigates every email, and try to resolve the problem.

The Women About community is a special one, and we’re building it together. As we continue to grow, we want to make sure our members feel empowered and have their voices heard. That’s why we encourage all members to raise a flag if anything not-so-awesome pops up. We’re here to help.

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