I have noticed time and time again of hubs with explicit content on them. Photos of women and some even men that are not enlightening. In the hubpages rules right before you create a hub, it says no adult content. Will something be done about this?
Unless it's pornography the pictures are probably o.k. If there are bare breasts or genitals showing, then it should be flagged and eventually it will be removed.
This is what HP defines as adult content (From their FAQ):
I want to write about adult topics, what is allowed?
Adult content is not allowed. Below are some examples of prohibited adult content. This should not be interpreted as exhaustive list of what is prohibited. If you are unsure if your content is allowed, please contact us for a clarification before publishing your hub.
The following are not allowed:
* pornographic images
* links to adult or pornographic sites
* discussion or promotion of sexual aids or toys
* detailed descriptions of sexual acts or practices
* excessive profanity
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