i have publish a hub about model Jessica Gomes here. but unfortunately it is not being published for many reasons. first i was told it has "deceptively tagged or titled" and wrong category. i modified it and also changed its category and removed some pic which i thought "it contains nudity" . but still my hub needs revision for publication.
there are lots of hub in hub pages which contain strategically covered nudity, see-through or sheer clothing, and close-ups of breasts, butts, or crotches. if u people want proof i can show name of those hubs. that hubs are not only published but those are publishing google and amazon ads also.
many hub in hubpages are publishing body painting images of jessica gomes along with google ads . i have checked their category and then i have changed my category according to them. if their hub are published along with google ads with same kind of jessica's body painting images then why my hub is being considered as "Adult/Mature Content"
Your hub was probably computer flagged, not human flagged. Send HP email asking for personal review. And be nice.
I take it that was a picture that you took yourself, right? I mean, you wouldn't STEAL a photo from someone else, would you?
Hubpages has slowly been cracking down on images that can cause issues with Google Adsense, they are protecting their Adsense account, and teh accounts of the people who use the service.
Rather than trying to game the system, try writing about subjects which do not reside in a grey area.
Rather than post comments on your moderated hub or create forum threads, you should email us directly when you have questions about why a hub has been moderated a certain way. Based on the information you have posted, you are aware of our standards.
Citing the existence of other offending material does not mean you will get a pass. We will respond by telling you to flag the other offending material you have come across.
Additionally, if you feel the need to include a disclaimer in a hub stating it contains "18+ pictures," that should be a good indication to you that the content will be moderated as adult. Email us directly if you have any other questions.
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