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Articles on Sexuality

  1. djtphn1 profile image80
    djtphn1posted 8 years ago

    Are we allowed to write articles on sexuality issues on hubpages, or would that be a bit too risque?????

  2. kpfingaz profile image71
    kpfingazposted 8 years ago

    I think as long as you do it tastefully.  I just saw one on maintaining a good smelling vagina. neutral

  3. djtphn1 profile image80
    djtphn1posted 8 years ago

    Ohhhhh, my, that sounds interesting....I don't think I need any help in that department, if you know what i mean....

  4. kpfingaz profile image71
    kpfingazposted 8 years ago


  5. bloggerdollar profile image46
    bloggerdollarposted 8 years ago

    I hope there is no problem writing on sex topic unless you go posting videos and pictures. Sex Knowledge is golden, good sex= happy and self confident people (like me:)

  6. Prince Maak profile image79
    Prince Maakposted 8 years ago

    I agree with bloggerdollar. There is no harm in writing on SEX topics. But adding pix & videos isn`t gud.

  7. gamergirl profile image60
    gamergirlposted 8 years ago

    I would also like to know what the boundaries are, officially.  I know when  we publish our Hubs it verifies with us that we're not posting Adult content.

    There is a fine line between mature audiences topics and knowledge-based topics, however.

    I could ramble about this, though, so I'll hush.

  8. djtphn1 profile image80
    djtphn1posted 8 years ago

    Yes, Gamegirl,,,,,I would like to know the boundaries as well....I do believe, after careful consideration, that a hub containing info about sex would be considered adult content....hummm, I wonder, maybe Paul can answer for us.  I just wrote an article for a magazine and if it does not get accepted, then I wanted to publish it here.....I would probably have to rework it a bit, but just wanted to know if it would be ok.

  9. Stacie Naczelnik profile image88
    Stacie Naczelnikposted 8 years ago

    I'm pretty sure that adult content generally refers to pornography.  Sex might be considered mature, but so are many discussions of religions, politics, and war.  There are a lot of health hubs that are fairly graphic in nature, but they are acceptable.  Basically, if the hub were a movie, where would you find it?  PG?  G? R?  Or, behind the curtain, marked Adult Only, where people sneak in to look at the porn, hoping none of the PTA parents saw you do it?

  10. pauldeeds profile image
    pauldeedsposted 8 years ago

    Our policy on adult content.  I think it is fairly clear, but if you'd like a specific interpretation feel free to email us before you start the hub (or at least before you publish it).

  11. robertino profile image61
    robertinoposted 8 years ago

    Why is it that something everyone enjoys so mush is so strictly regulated.?
    OK! maybe that is the wrong question or maybe not.

    It may be perhaps that everything we do should be done with “balance” and moderation. So it is not in the nature of the sexuality as to being expressed or not but in how we do it.

    I feel like writing a HUB right now but someone is calling me. Could that be that someone wants to show me some or express her sexuality?
    I’ll find out soon and till then wish me luck;-)

    I am all for it, express yourself and be yourself just needs to be done with taste and … JOY.

  12. Mark Knowles profile image61
    Mark Knowlesposted 8 years ago

    Good luck.

  13. djtphn1 profile image80
    djtphn1posted 8 years ago

    The article was not pornographic, but on enhancing sexual intimacy in the bedroom by using certain methods that, well, are a bit explicit in their description, if you will....how can one talk about sex w/out using sexual terminology, so did not know if that was ok or not.....anyways, I will write you guys before I publish it and see what you say.