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What exactly is the sex rule?
I read the official rules but kind of don't understand.... So we can't write about sex on bit?
Be married first after sex!
We do not know the wisdom on
that words but God the Father.
I mean writing on Hubpages, I don't want to write something inappropriate
You can't be very graphic. I think you are better off not focusing on sex. I've had hubpages disable ads on hubs that had no graphic content at all; so I think that if you wish to write about sex very often, that you open a blogger account and do that there. I just don't see many sex oriented hubs that have any ads on them.
Something really graphic might not be allowed at all. Something questionable might be allowed to be posted but might have advertisements disabled. I for instance wrote a hub on sexual education in public schools. It was fine to be posted but ads on it have been disabled. And I think it is pretty mild - it mentions a couple of questionable words I guess but doesn't in any way describe them.
My sense is that hubpages will allow above PG-13 but not all the way to R, while adsense wants things to be under PG-13 (or maybe even under PG). maybe that's a more helpful way of putting it.
Sex and rules just don't belong in the same sentence. Now to the true meaning of your question.
I found using code words helps get things approved. If you can say it on television, you can print it here. So far that has worked for me.
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