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What constitutes a Hub being taken down for adult content?


I recently noticed an exceptional writer here who wrote a gut wrenching and informative poem about bulimia and lo and behold HubPages took the article down claiming it was "adult content." There weren't any swear words or anything I considered offensive and yet, the powers to be felt it wasn't suitable. Has this happened to anyone else and if so, what is the recourse?

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I don't understand it when we all see Hubs with spelling errors in the title and throughout the entire article, run on sentences and basically just a mishmash of words and they stay up, yet, one with a message comes down.


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    Karen Silverman (ImKarn23) 4 years ago

    @Meich-i-zedek: There are no sexual references in the poem, Meich..


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    Marisa Wright 4 years ago

    There are clear policies. Go to the Learning Center and you'll find a whole section, including several Hubs, explaining everything in detail. Hubs about ammunition are prohibited by Adsense.


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