Are there any Hub guidelines on what sort of words you can use to describe a man's bits without being too graphic and getting the hub rejected when writing a health hub?
I have just published a light hearted look at the myths and fears surrounding a Vasectomy, but wasn't sure how far you could get in describing a man's bits, so I have steered away from using the correct words or slang. Is it better to use the correct terminology?
...i don't know what the rules are...but i just don't think that using proper terminology should really be a problem...took a look at your hub...chuckled at the way you re-worked the words....what's wrong with the word penis or testicles, etc....just my opinion
When in doubt read the Google Adsense guidelines. Graphic language whether salicious or educational is generally not a good idea, when it comes to a site monetized with Google. You're better off starting a site not connected to it, if you want to delve into those areas.
I'm sure once you don't use vulgar slang words you'll be fine. I say you'll get away with saying penis and such, but maybe don't say the word starting with 'C' or others. lol once it all doesn't sound like porn.
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