I must admit that on the New Years Day, I am upset with Hubpages.
I had a hub that has been published for a very long time get unpublished for "mature content"
The Hubs title was A Cry For The Children and was about those that harm and kill children including abortionists. Ads were disabled, which I was fine with.
I always believed the CEO's of Hubpages were pro children.
Hmmm, this is really bothersome. I was just writing a great Hub, and this took the inspiration from me.
The most direct way to resolve the issue is to contact the staff through the help menu or email firstname.lastname@example.org, since they don't settle moderation disputes publicly over the forums.
Out of curiosity I looked at the cached version of the article
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s … mp;ct=clnk
and I think some of the photos might be an issue, especially the graphic one. As many people have learned since the QAP was introduced, just because something has been published for a long time doesn't mean that it can't be moderated later. Only the staff can tell you what the exact problem is.
As far as I've seen on HubPages, they don't seem to discriminate against religious content or people publishing their views on abortion. It's more how you present than what you present.
HubPages does not take a stance on ANY issues, including abortion. All they do is apply the rules required by their advertisers.
It is not the subject, it is specific explicit words and suggestions, that caused the problem. If someone commits the crimes you encourage Hubpages could be found partly responsible. I suggest you encourage violence on your own website if you feel the need to do so. You are also, as a side note, using pixelated and copyright images.
I took a look at the cached version and it seemed to be an incoherent religious rant against abortion and advocating public executions with unattributed photos. Maybe this was the problem?
...You have a Hub entitled "The Islamic States of America"...in which you perpetuate the baseless rumor that Obama is Islamic and you also have no idea what Sharia Law entails. (Hint: If you follow one of the three Abrahamic religions, you're in the club.)
I'm going to take a wild stab and guess that your anti-abortion Hub didn't stop to even take a sentence fragment to consider the current state of overflowing orphanages, the likelihood of unwanted children growing up in a hostile environment, the issues of childbirth mortality, incest, and rape, or the stem cells that would go to much better use saving thousands of lives instead of growing up to be another ward of the state involved in gang violence and drugs.
After taking a look at your hubs, the length of time you have been here, and your statement in general, your opinion really doesn't mean anything to me. Secondly, where in the original post did I ask for Hub reviews.
I believe I called out the Frog haters.
I just looked at the cached version of the Hub, and, content aside (I'd lose the surgery pic if you're worried about censoring), none of your photos are attributed.
Here is a great resource from the HubPages learning center that will teach you everything you need to know about the proper way to use photos.
A Guide to Proper Image Use on HubPages
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