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Is anyone's mother a milf pornstar (Serious talk only)? Please share how you feel as their children?

I thought I was the only one, like every day when I wake up she blasts the porn then runs to her room and unlocks it with a key and hydes some stuff in there.

I confronted her about this and she said I imagine things and she do the same to my brothers also and even when I shower in the morning for work, she bashes the door and she screams like sexy voices and I am in the shower trembling and terrified.

She numbed her shame and kept denying it and I have been suffering from terrible pains in my stomach for the past 3 years and doing x rays and seeing doctors every one or two months and even it hurts me at my job all the craziness she do to me so that i never be able to find a boyfriend cuz i always look afraid and depressed, can anyone help, she use to beat me since a child but one day i called the cops and she got really scared and now she hurts me when i wake up with blasting the porno and while i shower she bashes the door and does stupid nonsense, i think she do this so that i remain afraid and depressed and so that i never get a boyfriend

You see what the mothers do when they have a good kids. I been in school from elementary to university and working for my life expenses since 14 and this is the mother I get.

I see many times in real life, many daughters threat and yell to their mothers and their milf pornstar mothers are always happy and sweet and me I never gave a bad life to my mom always tried to be her friend, help around the house always been in school, never slept around never got drunk never been to clubs nevet got in drugs and look the mother i get she is a stay at home mom since 30 years now and look the life she do while my father is at work.

Where's God soo many people cry for him.

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Robo-cams cover all the Olympic angles

By Fabrizio Bensch

We are on day 5 of competition at the London 2012 Olympic games and our robotic cameras triggered by the team of Reuters photographers are producing amazing pictures from the most unusual angles whenever athletes all over the world are competing for gold, silver and bronze medals.


We had big expectations to create pictures from new perspectives and they have been surpassed by what we are seeing right now. From the colorful opening ceremony to the athletes reactions, many Olympic moments have been captured by the remote robotic cameras. At the moment Im covering the fencing events at the ExCel venue and I trigger the remote cameras with the help of wireless Pocket Wizard wireless transmitters, simultaneously as I shoot with my hand-held camera with the 400 to 800mm lenses. When I see a new angle on the field of play, I can make corrections remotely with the joystick to control the two axis camera head.

Below is a selection of images made by our photographers (Michael Dalder, Adrees Latif, Murad Sezer, Sergio Perez, Mike Segar, Dominic Ebenbichler, Pawel Kopczynski and Fabrizio Bensch) with their eyes but through the lenses of the robotic DSLRs catching the dramatic moments at many different Olympic venues.

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Dinged by Google AdSense for supposedly adult content. Please help.

Unfortunately the Google robot can only tell what your hub is about from the text it contains. And the phrases 'submissive women' and 'dominant women' are probably flagged as being mainly used by porn sites.

Unfair I know, but they can't check every page manually.

* just another thought do you use these terms as the tags in the pictures used on the hub, because if so that could be the main problem - pictures tagged as sub/dom women,are bound to appear suspect, maybe change that and the main hub text should be OK.

** ^ I've just checked and yes you do, so to Google your hub looks like a page full of pics of sub/dom tranny cams women. I'd guess that's your problem, great pics though. smile

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Old Hub Suddenly Unpublished Due to Adult Content.

HubPages has been tightening up publishing on this site for over a year now, and having older content get flagged is now fairly common.

From the HubPages FAQ:

3. I want to publish Hubs about adult topics. What is allowed?

Hubs are not allowed to contain adult content. Below are some examples of prohibited adult content; this should Charli Shiin not be interpreted as exhaustive list of what is prohibited. Further, your Hubs must also comply with Google AdSense Program Policy on Adult Content.

The following are not allowed:

Inappropriate language, including excessive profanity

Content on sexual aids, toys, or enhancements

Fetish content or content with sexual intent

Sexually explicit content, including descriptions of sexual acts, tips, or practices

Mail order brides, escort services, adult or sexual dating

Nudity and lewd, obscene, or provocative images (including strategically covered nudity, see-through or sheer clothing, and close-ups of breasts, butts, or crotches)

Or, links to sites that contain any of the above

Hubs that are produced in a professional style, that use medical terms rather than slang, and that are not attempting to sell dubious treatments or products are more likely to be evaluated favorably. If you are unsure if your content is allowed, please contact us for a clarification before publishing your Hubs.

You should also be aware that advertising may automatically be disabled on potentially adult content, and on content that touches on certain sensitive topic areas.

You can find more details in the Learning Center.

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Yasutaka Tsutsui. Salmonella Men On Planet Porno.


Comparisons with Haruki Murakami may be inevitable, but Yasutaka Tsutsui's Salmonella Men on Planet Porno brings more to mind the dystopian landscapes of George Saunders or the hybrid fantasies of Kelly Link. And while Salmonella Men may be familiar territory for readers of recent speculative fiction from the likes of Link, the fact that the original Japanese edition appeared in 1979 suggests the striking prescience of this eclectic collection. Tsutsui mingles suburban and magic realism in "The Dabba Dabba Tree" about a type of cedar that causes people to have erotic dreams. "Rumours about Me"--about a self-described nobody whose every embarrassing move is followed and broadcast by a secretive, aggressive media--could have been inspired by the latest spate of reality television: "I'd become a nobody who was known by everybody." The absurdist deadpan of "Commuter Army" follows the narrator's recruitment as a commuting soldier in a foreign war being fought a train ride away: "if anything, being out of a job scared me even more than going to war." Tsutsui is a shrewd satirist whose targets, at times, are toppled with a bit too much force, as in "Hello, Hello, Hello!" and "The World Is Tilting," two fables of bureaucracy gone mad. More potent are those stories where the author eschews genre pyrotechnics and reveals the strangeness and horror of the ordinary, as in "The Very Edge of Happiness," which begins with the domestic realism of family life but concludes in surreal atrocity. Tsutsui reminds us of the fragile line separating the fantastic from the real, a line famously blurred in "The Metamorphosis" by Franz Kafka, who imagined the human in the insect while revealing the insect in the human.--PEDRO PONCE

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