It's an article on asexuality. I mentioned that some people mistake hormone dysfunctions that hinder their sex drive as asexuality.
Personally, I feel like all the information regarding sex was purely medical. Should/could I ask HubPages to review if it's unjustified?
https://pairedlife.com/gender-sexuality … rientation
Unfortunately it's because of Adsense's sensibilities, and HubPage's fear of upsetting GGG (Great God Google). Any hub that contains references to sexuality usually has its ads disabled. Nothing you can do about it, apart from moving it to your own site.
Then why even bother having a gender and sexuality section?
Hubpages is considerably more conservative than the actual Google rules. Google doesn't allow explicit content, Hubpages removes ads from pretty much anything that references sex, sexual orientation, sexual health etc. Annoying, but that's how it is.
I don't know if asexuality would be the problem. I have a hub, "How to Explain Asexuality to People Who are Not Asexual" and it has ads.
(Please don't judge me based on the quality of that hub. I was asked to write it and it's one of those hubs that needs to be gutted.)
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