I am writing about child abuses and need to use the word sexual abuse and have bene flagged for ads. I understand sexual is a word that gets you banned but I am not using the word in the format. Any help is accepted
Just email Hubpages staff, they will enable the ads in your hub.
I had a hub about sexual fantasy that HP decided to remove ads.. I was just trying to prove that sexual fantasy is healthy. I ended up deleting said hub on principle. I have a hub about child abuse that is up with ads and all, but no traffic. So good luck!
Sex and related terms can be avoided to a great extent by using synonyms and indirect expressions.
I have a hub about Bible stories about kids that are not suitable for kids to read. They include stories of Noah's ark that includes children being drowned, Abraham and Isaac, Elisha and the Bears...all taken from the Bible - I didn't make any of it up.
The bible is too racy and violent for HP and Google, so no ads and that one gets some traffic so too bad. They have to do what they have to do, so be it.
How about using the word coition? Means the same thing without spelling sex. Sounds silly but if you wish to have the ads then can't use the word.
www.thesaurus.com and it also has a dictionary.
I also just check your hub and there are ads. You are doing good and it was an interesting hub.
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