This will help you understand all that you need to know about feed.. http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubtivity
Welcome to HP and best wishes to you
Welcome to HubPages. Here's our policy on Adult content.
In general, writing about sexuality is allowed as long as it doesn't contain the following:
Sexually explicit writing, including descriptions of sexual acts or practices
Nudity (including strategically covered nudity, see-through or sheer clothing, and close-ups of breasts, butts, or genitalia)
Lewd or provocative images
Images containing the URL of sites with adult content
Inappropriate language including excessive profanity, or profanity in the Hub title
Content on sexual aids, toys, or enhancements
Fetish content or content with sexual intent
Penis or Breast enlargement content or products
Links to sites with any of the above
I hope that gives you a better understanding of what is allowed on HubPages. Cheers!
Thanks, does it display publicly or privately?
Also, I am currently writing at Helium.com which does not allow "adult" type content. Does Hub pages have a similar policy?
Your feed displays your hubtivity or your activity on Hubpages.. so if you activity involves adult content it will display that
You can select want you want to be displayed on your profile page.. Your feed be seen only when you are logged in .. by you
Anyways Adult content is now under the scanner after the Google slap.. and HP may not have much.. I am not sure though...
Thanks for your help sofs.
I did not actually mean adult content on the feed, but adult content in writing. Specifically I want to write an article about homosexuality. From your reply I deduce that this will be OK on hub pages.
Hubs on all sexual topics, including homosexuality, tend to run afoul AdSense policies. Ads may disabled, and in some cases the hub will be unpublished.
Oh yes, I am in agreement with WE, you could have your hub flagged and moderated or may be even pulled down for Adult content. This may not be the place to write such stuff.. or so I think.
You can write about homosexuality as long as it doesn't contain graphic sexual content.
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by evemurphy8 years ago
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by Freegoldman5 years ago
Is it a sin?
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