Im new and was wondering if im allowed to create a hub to post my erotic stories?
I dont think that you will be allowed to because it may come under the inappropriate section however some one from HP will let you know on here.
Psssttt... Got any Foot Stories???
WOW... I think the way you hang about lurking in the shadows might be Too Erotic for some of our Older Members!
Ummm..... Why did you REALLY come here?
Very Strange Post.... You Do Realize that it is a TOS agreement and certainly isn't a TOSS agreement don't you?
Very Very Strange!
Yea!!! Hi Sue... How is one of the BEST Poets on HP?
I am Sooooo Glad for two reasons....
1/ that you have started writing again!
2/ that you waited until After the Poetry Comp to start again!
Phew... we are lucky!
Good to see you out walking the spiders!
If you haven't already check out Steel Field's works and you will understand what I'm talking about!! I am amazed that so few here... (only 76) regularly read her powerful writing styles! I am completely and unashamedly waving her flag!! Rave! Rave!!
Hey Pearl! Wow, thanks for the shout out. I'm so lucky to have you as a reader and as a writing buddy. If you get a chance, check out the poem I just posted. I'll cruise your latest hubs as well, since I have been out of touch for so long.
Steele aka Sue
PS attemptedhumor (Keith from Melbourne) is gone from the pages. I'm so bummed!
No. Adsense, and so Hubpages, don't allow adult content.
just thinking about erotic stories is probably against the TOS of the modern western world - becuz it makes me feel so warm and cuddly inside it must be wrong! Oh well, I'm sure there are other places online that will let people relate to their eroticism without censure. But I can't go there now. I still haven't written my 100th hub and I'm too busy hubnobbing in the forums!!
It depends on how explicit your erotica is. Writing can be erotic without being explicit. I write mainly poetry and there is one author here on HubPages who writes some pretty spicy prose poetry (she calls it passion poetry) and has only had a few of her poems unpublished for crossing the line.
So, it can be done. You just need to learn exactly where the lines are and not cross them. If you're into the explicit type of erotica, then no, you're out of luck on HubPages.
by L. Caulton (Author L.L.CAULTON) 5 years ago
is there any good way to write an erotic story? i find i usually feel a bit strange and not really know how to put things at first untill i get into it. anyone feel the same?
by Cagsil 8 years ago
Hey Hubbers,Let's talk about it.When it comes to writing...can the sensuality of the context of the words, drive one into an Erotic frenzy.Can and when does it become no longer for public view?Can a story be told, which is sensual never meet erotica standards?Please feel free to give your thoughts.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Hi, folks. in effort to start to new forum. i decided to see how many of you guys will describe your most erotic fantasies on hubpages. now before we begin, i just want to lay out some ground rules. nobody is allowed to insult someone based on their fantasy, nor will be...
by T.D. Bailey 7 years ago
Am i allowed to post erotic short stories?
by Susan Britton 3 years ago
Write a Hub that is outside your comfort zone in 2015. (If you normally write informative articles, try a short story or poem. If you're a creative writer, consider a tutorial or explanation Hub.)This above sentence was copied from the Weekly hub news we received today. I started writing on...
by Angela Michelle Schultz 6 years ago
I feel concerned that the reason google may prefer ehow as opposed to hubpages, is because there is an abundance of poetry and short stories. I am not by any means saying that those who publish the short stories and poetry are not good, but they are not usually searchable or high market. I...
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