Holy shit, that's a thing? Huffington Post, CBS, Salon, ABC, and Fox claim that anti-vaxxer parents are sending their children to chickenpox-style play dates with kids who have measles, because apparently dying when you're a kid is way less dangerous than dying in adulthood. So what do these dopes have to say for themselves? Nothing, because they don't exist. There isn't a single known case of this actually happening.
The entire story came from one woman telling a radio host that another parent asked her in passing if she wanted to give her kids the measles. From that single offer (which the mother turned down) we got "PARENTS EVERYWHERE ARE HOLDING MEASLES PARTIES!" screamed at us with the excited fury of a media hell-bent on fueling shame toward anti-vaxxers while simultaneously introducing them to a brand-new stupid thing they can start doing. Thanks!