I recently added a male alter-ego for a specific kind of article, does adsense automatically add the channel after I add the code to affiliate settings, or do I have to do something complicated that I'll probably bugger up?
Adsense doesn't do anything. You must link your alter-ego account to Adsense, just like you did with your primary account.
If you want to create channels, then you have to do it manually, because Adsense doesn't baby-sit it's Publishers.
You have 23 hubs on your primary account and the manner in which you create channels for your hubs, is the exact same manner you would use for your other account.
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