Question awaiting moderation by HubPage moderators? Why?
It's not an adult topic, or even controversial. Anyone know why this happens?
Welcome to the real world where things don't make sense. Just trash that one and rephrase it in a new box. Someone flagged it. Did you say you hate cats?
May be it's because someone previously flagged some of your questions. If the questions does not violate Hubpages TOS then moderators gonna approve it soon.
Make sure you never say words like "child abuse" "rape" or "fetish" in a question. If you do it goes to moderation before being published.
Just for anyone wondering re: moderation - I've had another look at the question - it's moderated so that HubPages can disable the ads. My question is okay, but the ads have been disabled - probably to keep my AdSense stuff working.
I don't have an answer but I had this happen with my answers and other answers to my questions. I saw not a thing wrong with them. If they are gonna censor that too them I will no longer participate in asking or answering questions here. I have already stopped making hubs here and unpublished and deleted almost all of my 380+ hubs.
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