Is a hub about how to get a job sexting or doing phone
s e x against policy? I want to write an article about it but am unsure if that would be borderline for getting unpublished. I really don't want to waste my time just for them to take it down. Anyone know?
In my opinion, I think it would get flagged for mature content.
If in doubt I'd keep away from the subject.
It seems to cross the line from my point of view as even a suggestion.
The risk of falling foul of either HubPages rules or possibly laws of various nations as to indecent material or worse still encouraging child pornography is too great.
I do not know. How to get the job? I agree with kimberly with the new system in place. And, there is the hub community flagging too. One consideration would be "Fetish content or content with sexual intent," which is a violation of policy as stated at the Learning Center. If the intent is social awareness, like your hub on incest leading to the choice of an atheist/agnostic perspective, then maybe there is a gray line, personally speaking. However, I would follow their recommendation " If you are unsure if your mature themed Hub is ok, please contact us for clarification before publishing your Hub." (Learning Center).
An article on sexting taken from a parenting standpoint (i.e., dangers of teen sexting, how to talk to your teen about it) will probably pass. A how to guide on becoming a phone s3x operator, I'm pretty sure that's a no.
With the state of the economy what it is, I think information concerning obtaining any type of employment is worthwhile.
I've had 2 hubs "flagged" and both are about the Bible. Go figure.
Sounds to me too close to the danger zone.....It's your decision..but I'm sure it's risky. You'll have to decide whether it's worth the gamble. Personally, I wouldn't choose to waste my time on something with the high possibility of being pulled. Are you the daring type? Hey, go for it!! Then again, I'm sure it matters how you handle the subject matter! Good luck.
Hi peeples, my opinion is with the majority. It would be a shame to waste so much time and them flag it. I wrote a Hub on child abuse and went through h^#l editing it to even get it published, but they banned all ads. Plus, I've noticed they are getting even more strict lately.
I wouldn't mess with it peeples - put your awesome talents to work on another subject
Okay first of all this is not a job to be proud of. If one wants to prostitue themselves that would be your own choice, but it would be in my opinon removed from Hubpages without question. Hubpages is not a platform for this type of behaviour. Nor is it a platform to provide information on an "how to" . If you really want to provide the world with another way to demean women the try a private blog.
Prostitution requires the act of sex. Texting someone is far from that. I would say if texting could keep a single mom able to feed her child it should be something to be proud of. To each their own.
Really??? It is not far from it and if a singal Mom wants to do this I would say she would need to reconsider greatly. Sounds like this is close to home.
Not at all close to home. It is simply part of one of the work from home sites I am on. Many women were out of work for over a year and managed to get back on their feet doing this. To me no matter if I agree or not if it helps a family it's worth it
It is never worth it to demean yourself or have someone else do that to you. This is better off in a forum.
I think maybe a hub on the possible negative consequences of getting such a job may get through.
Tussin is correct about an article about sexting from a parent standpoint being acceptable. I published one on this very topic myself recently (ads were disabled but that was not a problem for me).
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