That's a bandwagon fallacy. Just because many people think it's a problem, it doesn't mean it is. It could just be something a lot of people think is the problem, but it doesn't prove it is. Of course, it also could be part of the problem. I personally find it helpful because I like the server being family-friendly, but I know there are plenty of others who would rather the entire server allow non-family-friendly content. I would like to point out that the server hasn't banned that content from all of Meepcraft; as far as I know, party chats aren't regulated by staff (party chat is a thing, right?). That let's people say whatever they want with their friends, it's just other's have to consent to listen to that channel. And maybe that's what's a needed: a "dirty" global. It would be off by default, but players could use the channel to speak without much of a filter. Family-friendly unless you don't care for that.