I wanted to know where something crosses over to being adult.
Say for example I wanted to make a post with no nude pictures/or videos or even pictures of any kind and was not swearing or using sexual language but was talking about 'adult industry stars' and they're popularity would that not be allowed and not liable for adsense use?
would really appreciate help on this
Funny old word, adult, isn't it.
A hub introducing Immanuel Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason' would not be considered adult, though you'd seek far and wide for a child who'd want to read it.
Maybe what we really want to discourage is 'schoolboy' content???
(I like your atavar, by the way!)
Here is a popular hub (rated 94) that shows how such a thing can be done:
However, if you added links to her homepage or to another adult site, that would probably be crossing the line.
Cool thank you all I think I'm safe then
Not bad this hubbing lark is it :-)
P.S yeah i like my avatar too
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