I'm writing a hub about sexism and there are some profane words relevant to the topic. Is it acceptable to name those?
If so, will that be a less respected hub?
If it's permissible, is it better to use symbols to block out certain letters in the profane words?
The rules for Adsense and HP is Excessive use whatever that means since there is not any clarity. More than likely you will get flagged for adult content. You are better off with putting this on your own blog or web site, than here.
I had the ads on a hub turned off just for using the word "sexy". And you definitely can't use the words <snipped>, <snipped>, <snipped>, <snipped>, <snipped>, <snipped>, or <snipped>.
Okay. The piece I'm working on might be too provocative for HP. Thanks!
You can always do a "Disclaimer" at the beginning informing readers that the topic contains harsh language. Otherwise, you could do like "@#*" for replacements.
Please remember that elementary school children come here to get information on many topics. Keep it clean!
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