ads have been disabled in one of my hubs due to the existence of the use of the word "rape" through out the article. However, I think the word should not be looked at out of context as my article is all about self defense techniques for women to ward of potential rape incidents.
I need some help here!!
Sorry to hear that K Kiss, that is too bad. I have not read it though, so I don't know the context, but I assume the best here. Hopefully it gets worked out.
Well I changed the title from "Rape self defense" to just "Self Defense for Females" and it seems to have worked since the crossed out dollar sign has been removed
Thanks for your concern
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