What is HubPages policy on pictures that are in extremely bad taste? I came across a hub and the images made me sick.
When you see something questionable, flag the hub and let admin take care of it.
I just flagged a hub, because the photos at the top of it, with no warning, were the type of thing you shouldn't just stumble upon.
I'd have said, "self-righteous immature idiot", myself, but I think we're on the same page.
wanna tell where it is LG...so as to give the rest of us a chance to be judgemental also...
well...thanks...LG...but I believe the middle image is the same as (sir) Dent shared with us previously...Rumer has it that he stole it from an incinerator in Charleston... aaah...to further his "cause" I do believe...
It frankly is just inappropriate. Espian is a kid, so.... ??
And I want to point out that I don't think anyone here on Hubpages supports late term abortions, period. This also might be upsetting to some women (the pro-lifers always talk about these) who had a tough decision to make if they did have and abortion.
Those type of pictures are used for a scare tactic period. I did feel a little sick seeing these.
Will you people please show a tad of maturity and decorum and NOT give traffic and attention to things you find offensive?
Report this stuff to the HubPages admin and let them deal with it.
i think (hope) they are joking.
i could tell from the description what the pic might be - maybe instead of posting the link you could link to the image source (so long as it is not the hub) or just describe the pic. or repost the image on a forum where there are polls and people could vote on it. hum, that might be an idea for hubpages in general, to be able to do polls.
anyway, that is my two cents.
I see the offending hub has been removed. There is no excuse for stuff like that (I get the jist of what you saw.) At least it has been removed, but shouldn't there be a warning issued to the writer of the hub too? As in, "If you repeat this offense, you will be banned from hubpages." For many of these people (wacko's), shocking as many people as possible as fast as possible may be all they desire, knowing full well the hub will be banned eventually.
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