I can't ask About Being Only Really True In Ones Nest
Can you tell me why?
The question isn't clear. Are you asking if it is OK to be unfaithful as long as you don't bring the other person home? If so, the answer is no.
I still don't understand your question, even though we know the "actual" topic.
Can you clarify further?
It was a frustrated attempt to get the word abortion in to the ? title, even if it was hidden. The ? as read is just words to form A..B..O..R...T...I...O...N
Okay, I follow. What do you want to know about it? In medicine, an abortion is the merely the premature termination of a pregnancy. Or, it is the intentional ending of a life. The definition depends on your point of view.
Yesterday, I wrote two questions on a b o r t i o n, and they were immediately flagged by hp even though they were not radical, they just had the word in it.
There is no trace in my activity log that I even asked the questions in the first place. That is why I asked this question to spell out the word in caps.
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