The trouble valerie is that forum visitors often don't know what the topic is about until they read the post. Stores going by the name of Target exist in many countries outside of the USA, and so a topic calling for a boycott of Target stores may gain the interest of anyone in a country where Target stores exist. That is why I, a person in Australia, clicked on the topic. I didn't expect to find the hysterical rantings & ravings of religious fundamentalism when I thought I would see why the Target at Bondi Junction in Sydney is the subject of a boycott call.
Also, how do we know if a topic is by someone we don't like if we have never visited one of their topics before? Is it up to all members to keep a private list of naughty & nice people on the forums that they can crosscheck before clicking on a topic? I certainly don't expect to read ill-informed & ignorant bigoted rubbish in what is supposed to be a site where anyone in the world is supposed to be welcome to visit to earn some money or place their advertising.
I just like earning a bit of money here without the added stress of encountering hateful or bigoted posts in a public forum (of which we are all required to visit if we want to get our daily activity bonus). There is enough ignorance & intolerance in the world already. Do we really need hysterical & completely ignorant calls for mob rule to be made here too? Why not leave that to political & conspiracy theorist sites instead? There are probably a million of those types of forums on the web for those inclined to choose from.
If the ClixSense forums are going to be "anything goes", then ClixSense should remove the requirement of visiting the forums in order to get the daily bonus. Alternatively, a warning should be placed on the general forum that it may contain offensive material and/or hate speech. I'm quite happy to opt out of participating in the forums if ClixSense will still pay me my daily bonus for completing my other activities.
And to those who say that the minorities are getting their way, you can blame the people who drew up the US constitution ~240 years ago for that. A good friend of mine who served in the USAF for several decades once posted in another forum that the constitution is not there to protect the majority from the minority. Rather, it is there to protect the minority from the majority. That is what freedom is all about. Ensuring that freedom is available to everyone, not just the largest portion of society. Do away with that, and you just have mob rule - a nation built on bullying. The USA is supposed to be better than that.