I question the assumption that youth requires blinders, but have no problem
with self-inflicted censorship. I'm opposed to the idea of any form of
filtering that isn't opt-in.
Not that I'm fond of reading a lot of cursing, but at the moment, I don't
think there is a lot. When we start seeing a lot in posts, it probably
means there are a lot of other problems, where profanity is merely a
one place where there is swearing is in the keyword nodelet.
ignore it with the intention of removing it next time I edit my
preferences because it just makes pages longer. Re-reading the
intention of the nodelet, I think it's failing to fulfil
its purpose. I think fixing it is a much better alternative than
filtering it. As a temporary measure, people who are bothered by it
could always remove it from their nodelets without losing any functionality.
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