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Do you think Hubpages gets too conservative on questions they decide not to publish?


I've had some questions not allowed that contained no swearing, nothing offensive, nothing explicit at all. Simply, controversial and not sugar-coated. Is this a no-no?

 

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Sherry Hewins says

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Gary R. Smith (Emanate Presence) says

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    Larry Wall 4 years ago

    There are conspiracy theories all over Hub Pages. I would hope that unless they can cite a source for the information that they are not published.

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    Jacqui (jlpark) 4 years ago

    They let me ask it this time - wording is the key. Mention the S word...(3 letters) and they may not!

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Larry Wall says

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