I have said here repeatedly that I don't have first-hand knowledge of Xenos, but I do know they have a certain rep. I have met a few folks from Xenos who introduce themselves in groups of Christians as "followers of Jesus" rather than as members of Xenos because they are aware of the baggage that they carry. There do seem to be some indicators of cultic behavior, based on stories of people who have left if."They do in fact recruit and segregate. They seek to control college aged students especially through their dating relationships. This "Kim" can try to deny it, but I've experienced it myself."
You should be ashamed of yourself for posting such lies. Did you fingers burn as your typed it. Xenos is all about Jesus and the freedom he offers from sin. We don't just study the word, we live it. It's only weird because so many people are about as deep as paper plates and have superficial relationships with each other.
Let's get to the nitty gritty. The fellowship is not for everyone. Like I mentioned before, Jesus offers freedom from sin, especially sexual sin. I speculate that you got yourself a boyfriend or girlfriend, started having sex and got pissed when your friends called you out on it. Get over it. Just because you got mad when your friends who loved you dearly pointed out that your were participating in actions that directly contradicted what you claimed to believe in, doesn't mean you have to go posting lies about this fellowship.
I suggest you own your own sin issues in the matter and spreading lies. Besides, God knows the truth. You can lie to others and yourself, but you can't lie to him.
But, what disturbs me here is that every time someone posts claiming to be a Xenos member, they are at pains to point out that they aren't like the "other Christians," meaning superficial, Sunday-only focus and no emphasis on "living" the word. This by itself can be an indicator of cultism--the "we're different, so those other folks cannot understand us," syndrome. It not only looks a bit superior (something that many of us are guilty of at times), but also can serve as an isolating attitude. And that is exactly how cults work.