But social media had a different reaction to the event with most people commenting on how the event is likely to contribute to Atlanta's already skyrocketing rates of STD infections and its reputation as a hotbed of the sex economy.
Atlanta consistently ranks among the top cities for its sex economy and STD infection rates. A 2014 study from the Urban Institute, found the underground sex economy in Atlanta to be unusually large. In 2007, Atlanta's illegal sex trade was pulling in about $290 million, outranking cities such as Washington, D.C., Dallas and Miami.
While rates of STD infections have been skyrocketing nationwide in recent years, the increase has been particularly noted in Atlanta.
Doctors recently compared the HIV epidemic in Atlanta to that in third world countries
Green said in the interview with Rolling Out that she will provide condoms at the party and she recommends that guests use them. The memes on Twitter are funny, she said, but the people responding are uninformed. "I really don't believe that people being in this environment increases the chances of STDs," Green said in the interview. "Are you only concerned about STDs when it is an orgy? The only thing I can do for you is provide you with condoms and hope you use them."