I got the little green dollar sign with a slash on two of my hubs today. I have gone in and changed the writing a little bit. Will they review it and change it so they are active? I guess you have to be really careful about writing explicit stuff. It's not like I had any swear words in them, but they were suggestive all the same.
You already asked this here http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/85628
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