My hub is an article helping curious couples find out what it's like going to a swingers club.
Before I post this kind of content I always search first and I found several swingers articles and a swingers category on hub pagess. In several of these articles it's obvious that hubpages is being spammed by the owner pretending to be a client...their hub gets published and has been for a long time now.
Yet, when I published my hub it was soon un-published and I got a warning that it's an adult hub and will be terminated if I don't fix it. My hub which is original, instructive, informative and interesting does not get the green light?!? So, I reviewed the hub again and took out one or two possible offending words, but frankly I can't find the problem it's just not a porn site and has no nudity. I can't stress this enough, I am getting un-published for mature content of which a category pre-exists here already for that?
After reviewing the terms I can confirm that my hub:
-Does not contain nudity
-Does not link to a site that contains nudity
-Does not contain adult content but deals with mature content
-Does not link to a site that contains adult content (mature)
-Does not have any profanity, lewd or sexual references
-Does not link to a site with profanity, lewd, sex references
The article is an original one I wrote especially for this hub, I took a while to create original content and put it in a nice formatted hub. In return I get warned that I am an offender.
My confusion really is about the content of my hub. It's mature content only meant for adults but is not vulgar or sexual in any way...and I created my hub in the correct category - Swingers.
Someone please tell me what I need to do to get this hub published while following the rules?
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I would first off, flag the other hubs, so as to bring them to the attention of the moderators.
Secondly, I would contact Maddie directly through her email contact link on her profile.
Were you promoting the Swingaling website? If so, it could be against TOS.
I doubt it since there was no link and it is a question that is in a grey area.
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