Telling somebody to fuck off, or calling them a wanker, or an arsehole, will get you banned for a period of 3 days. So will telling somebody that their hubs are shit. I have learnt this from personal experience.
Section four lists what's not allowed in Hub content,
I would personally not recommend it , use symbols if you feel you would like to use profane words , which would protect you. Remember HP is public you nevr know who is reading and watching.
Thanks so much ^^'' Sorry, I just needed some more professional advice.
by susan beck 7 years ago
Does profanity have a place in poetry? I'm sorry, but in reading many contemporary published poets, I am shocked by their employment of extremely profane words like c***t, etc. Personally, I don't find this poetically acceptable. Likewise,when exposed to most rap music, the...
by Katie Kizer 3 years ago
Hello!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?Thank you! -Katie Kizer
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by Kawai 20 months ago
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by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
Do you feel that people should respond to comments that are left for them on their hubs?i personally enjoy the feedbak left to me, as well as the opportunity to get to know my fellow "Hubbers" but I have noticed that there are many hub authors who do not respond at all or only selectively.
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