The Internet has done some amazing things for commerce, allowing consumers in remote sections of the country to acquire esoteric parts and products. But one pro-family organization says the company called Groupon, which emails coupons to subscribers, has gone too far by offering not just esoteric products but tickets to an explicit tour.

A protest is being raised by the War on Illegal Pornography coalition over an email dispatched by Groupon to customers offering a $28 tour of the historic Armory in old San Francisco.

The problem, according to the coalition, is that the building now is the home of Kink.com, an Internet porn company.

“Groupon even advertises that groups may get to see a live filming in progress,” according to the anti-porn group.

Groupon, which declined to respond to a WND request for comment, told the War on Illegal Porngraphy “we strive to offer interesting and exciting deals that will appeal to our diverse customer base.”

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