Can I publish erotic romance stories on Hubpages?
I'm a published author of erotic romance and I'd like to share some of my unpublished stories on Hubpages. I assure you, it's not porn and it's not sex for the sake of sex. There are real plot lines and happily ever afters. Is it acceptable to share them here? And should I put some sort of adult content warning at the beginning of the hub?
HP frowns on anything to do with sex...including using them as medical terms. I write hubs on herbs and herbal healing. Two of them that I wrote mention sex, and both have had their ads disabled. Good luck.
Publish it Or this is my email send me some cause i enjoy reading them....email@example.com
My newest book is available for free on Amazon today. http://www.amazon.com/Never-Date-a-Cop- … igh+miller
In the meantime, I'll email you
Unfortunately, the legitimacy of the story has no influence on its legitimacy on hubpages. For the most part, the filter system on hubpages is entirely robotic. So it can't distinguish the word 'sex' in an inappropriate article from the word 'sex' in a story or medical article. Therefore they all get nixed equally. To some degree, you can still post the article without advertisements, but it gets to a point where it isn't worth the battle. Erotica, in particular, would likely lose the ads first and be taken down later by administrators. It's sad, but true. You would be better off compiling your old stories and publishing them on amazon with your other stuff.
Pornographic content is not allowed on Hubpages, however, it is possible to write anything you want to if there are no pictures, no videos and no racism content.
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