Every article that is submitted is subject to moderation, to ensure that it is not spam, abuse, or plagiarised, and that it meets the criteria for publication. That is done via a panel of moderators (who all write articles) and it requires a number of moderators to agree before an article is accepted or rejected for publication.
You have no articles in the queue - I just checked - and I can't find your name on the "abuse" list so the most logical reason is that it was deemed unsuitable for publication but I have no idea why. Most rejections are because there is just not enough new material or it's just code with no explanation. If you can provide a link to the article(s) you submitted I may be able to tell more.
For now, have a look at some of the existing articles here to get an idea of the standard we expect.
Here's one of mine: Using struct and class - what's that all about?
And here's a tip which is a lot more "code focussed": Creating a Simple "scratch card" Control in WinForms
We moderators aren't here to make your life difficult, or to be nasty - quite the reverse, we protect the site from not-ready articles, and authors from the derision and downvotes that poorer articles can receive. And to be a moderator, you have to write articles, so we know what it feels like when you slave away on something and Joe Moron from Stupidity High School, Kansas finds out it's not what he needs to hand in as his homework ... :laugh: