To hubbers out there, what are the subjects/topics you have written on that have received the most
negative visceral responses?
I don't keep precise tabs on these things, but if memory serves, it is probably the ones that have to do with politics. But I do recall another, which got the attention of some religious fanatic, and I believe it was a Hub about the need for religious tolerance. That person was the reason I implemented the Moderation notifications for comments.This person just continued to bomb the comments section with not only LENGTHY visceral hogwash but supplied links to his youtube ministry rants as well. I don't have time to respond to every tirade from intolerant people, and three or four sermons in a row isn't fair to my readers.
Hi GM. I haven't written hubs about it but have been involved in Q&A concerning gay people that just blew my mind. Not so much how much negative response there has been, but where all the different negative responses come from and for how many different reasons they are negative. Take the gay marriage issue for instance. It's been the topic of discussion numerous times and usually ends in some sort of an argument. I am not gay, but I hate seeing some of the horrible things I have read said about gay people. Negative is far too easy of a word. I choose to call gay people " different than me" in that sense. But the same in all other ways. Whether other's beliefs are based on society or religion, I can't see damning these people to hell and I've seen that many times.
I have 2 hubs that sparked some very hateful remarks. One of my hubs asking questions to Christians had several comments that I actually deleted (and that's rare for me) because they were name calling. In another one of my hubs where I explained how I became atheist I was actually told by a responder that it was my fault I was sexually abused because I didn't tell when I was small (5 to 10 years old). The reasoning for their response was because they were offended that I implied if there was a God that I would have expected to be saved from that sort of thing. It amazes me how quickly people resort to name calling or saying hateful remarks. I have to wonder if those people are suffering with some self esteem issues. It's the only reason I can comprehend that would explain some of the remarks I see.
by Dan W Miller 3 years ago
Why are these trolling HubPages members with no hubs written even allowed to stay on the site?So many say rude comments and give know-it-all "advice" yet don't even have ONE hub written. Like this person > LiveFreeBeFree Joined 2 years ago, has a 60 score and hasn't written a...
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
But only for posts made in 2014. It is up to you.[I may add to this post in the next three hours. Or not.]Update: I just unfollwed 2 people for repeated negative-comment forum posts.Final update: I have failed. I have succeeded. I have been the best that I can be. I will be the best I can be. Happy...
by T 6 years ago
What do you think of Hubbers who write on a controversial subjectexpressing falsehoods in it and then after getting only comments that disagree with the author, delete the whole comment section?
by premsingh 10 years ago
Few hubbers are stealing the content of other hubbers and posting it on other sites by different usernames. I have published a hub on 20th August and within few hours this material was posted on blogspot by someone just changing few words in the title. I know the name of hubber but don't want to...
by Victoria Van Ness 4 years ago
Why are people being such jerks about recipe pictures?So first I just post a fished product picture like you find on any other recipe site and people complain I don't have step by step pictures.Then I post step by steps from Flickr.com and people complain that I obviously can't cook because I'm not...
by Seanachai 7 years ago
Hello All, I have read the FAQ's and other help areas of HubPages, including many topics from the learning center, but, from what I've found so far, it seems like a lot of talking around the question, but not really, directly, simply, accurately addressing the question: What are good topics for...
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