Is there any way to keep "See Sexy Singles"and other sex-related ads off your Hub? I don't want that stuff on there ... even if people click.
What is the topic of your Hub? It's often something about your title or tags that makes Google think those are appropriate.
It was on my trip to Paris with my friend to celebrate her birthday ... not exactly sexy material....
It may be that Google hasn't yet crawled your page for content. See Why Are My AdSense Ads Off-Topic?. This answer, among others, can be found on the sticky FAQ thread at the top of this forum. Please review that thread before posting new questions.
It's probably the word "Paris" that triggers that sort of adverts
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