In Kingdom-Age, I was the innkeeper. In order to get people talking, I wrote all sorts of mildly titillating scenarios, none of which was pornographic, nor did any of them include the "bad" words. I was censored. Some people complained that my roleplay was offensive to their delicate sensibilities, and my words were DELETED by some powerful people. In response, I am resigning my post as innkeeper, and I posted some quotations on censorship.
Of course, my writings were silly and shallow, in comparison to the wit of Lenny Bruce, D.H. Lawrence, and James Joyce. I never said, for example, "'when I makes water, I makes water, and when I makes tea, I makes tea', ... 'make sure it is not in the same pot!' " (This may be a misquote of James Joyce in Ulysses. I don't recall the exact phrases).
The point is, even my foolish phrases should be let stand. Here are some quotations by my betters, on the subject of censorship: