If you see profane or obscene language in a Hub, the proper procedure is to flag it for admin to review.
There is an option listed when you click the flag button that will allow you to quickly indicate what you feel admin should address when they view the Hub.
And just so you know, the term is spelled "profanity."
Some words seem to be OK, but avoid the FCC verboten words that George Carlin went off about
BTW the spelling of another word in your question is "tolerance".
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