Apparently TVTropes -- which, as many of you know, is my personal utopia -- is going to be vastly less useful in the future:
I'm a moderator at TVTropes, speaking in a personal capacity.
We removed all our trope articles about rape [link added by Ana] due to Google telling us that we must or they'll suspend our AdSense account again. Since they've cut us off twice in the last two years with no warning, we're obviously treating this seriously.
Note that we already did not show Google ads on any page that had the chance of being problematic. This apparently is not enough for them. We're asking for clarification and to escalate the issue, but nothing back so far from the Googleborg.
We certainly don't wish to not cover the topic at all -- how rape is treated in media is an important thing to look at, it seems to me -- and we'd like to bring those pages back.
This is not connected with our somewhat recent decision to not cover works that are pornography or pander excessively to the tastes of pedophiles.
Since we're a site built as a labor of love by volunteers, the effort of having to repeatedly defend what we do to Google's incomprehensible procedures is draining.
This is why Wikipedia doesn't have ads and instead relies on donations. I believe this is also why Melissa chooses to run Shakesville that way. Advertisers and advertising networks buy you with their money.
~ Morven posting at Shakesville
What this means, among other things, is that all of the tropes dealing with rape have been taken down. Which is kind of a really big freaking deal because how rape is treated in media matters. Note that most of these compiled examples were meaningful social commentary if only by their sheer weight and number. Now it's all gone.