A couple months ago, I got an alert from Google Adsense. The notice was about a page on Voice of Crazy that apparently violated their acceptable use policy.
Google ads may not be placed on pages with adult or mature content. This includes, but is not limited to, pages with images or videos containing:
- Strategically covered nudity
- Sheer or see-through clothing
- Lewd or provocative poses
- Close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches
For more information about keeping your content family-safe, you can
Since the post they mentioned was the one about Duck Dynasty, I was pretty sure they weren’t talking about the cast members. No, the only picture they could be referring to was the one of Ava Addams, my favorite porn star. Google, like everyone else, ignored her head and only paid attention to her super hot huge tits. It doesn’t matter that this beautiful woman is taking a photo of her face as well, the fact that she has huge knockers is the problem. I’m sure they wouldn’t have given a shit if she was an A cup.
I did consider the other photos as being a problem, but that was unlikely. Tanya Tate is on the same page, but you can only see a little bit of the top of her tits. Marissa Mayer has her rack covered up (unfortunately), and is only showing her sexy legs. Jodelle Ferland’s tits are in the shot, sort of, but completely covered. So yeah, it was Ava.
While this was annoying to me, I replaced the image. I considered replacing it with a different photo of her, but opted to instead switch it out for a Paint drawing I did of Ava, to appease Adsense and Google. Considering I never heard anything else about it, I guess they had no feelings about it anymore.
Google hates Jennifer Love Hewitt’s tits
Just the other day I received another notice from Google. This time it was linking to a post from three years ago.
Jennifer Love Hewitt’s tits get reduced by crazy person was now the target of Google’s hatred toward breasts. This particular post came from Mimiclives.com, where this blog originated before I split it off. In it, I’m basically complaining that someone in the marketing department for the TV show The Client List decided that Jennifer Love Hewitt’s boobs are too big, so they Photoshopped them to be smaller. I even linked to the original article, on Yahoo!, to provide the full context of the story.
Google, in it’s infinite hatred of boobs, threw another warning at me. They dug out a 3 year old post just to do it, one which I forgot I even wrote.
This was more than annoying. I decided to do some half-assed research. By that, I mean I reverse image searched the photo of Jennifer Love Hewitt laying half naked on a black background, then added the word ‘adsense’ to the search term. Tons of sites popped up.
These sites have the same image, or more provocative ones, and use Adsense.
There are a lot more, but I don’t feel like copying and pasting all of these links out of Google. You’d think Google would do the same reverse if they actually gave a shit about this crap.