I dislike censorship at all times - this is an adult game with adult themes, supposedly played by adults (no matter what behaviour might sometimes make the case appear). Banning of use of ‘bad language’ is not a great idea generally (there’s no such thing as ‘bad language’ just bad use of language, but that’s a whole 'nother debate), because where do you stop? ‘Swear words’ are out, ok but which ones - I can still type ‘damn it all to hell’ - that would have offended people only a few decades ago - now eight year olds use words like ‘bu**er’ in standard conversation because almost all offensive meaning has been removed from it (but the ‘profanity censor’ still registers it here…).
What about the names of political parties - the terms ‘whigs’ and ‘tories’ were direct and intentional insults, but they’re fine now - ‘liberal’ and ‘conservative’ are adjectives describing a type of behaviour, before they even reach their political meanings, but in some quarters can be viewed as a terrible insult, depending how it’s used. What about the names of political parties from history (perhaps from a large war in the last century…) - unquestionably an insult today.
But the fact that these word filters ‘learn’ and identify (and mis-identify) variations as possibly being the word, and censor anything that looks like it, is a huge negative to all attempts at communication. The liberal overuse (there I go using a word that’s ok today, but might be a grave insult tomorrow) of these censors is going to destroy internet discourse in the long run by eventually limiting all conversation to only ‘prescribed’ subjects and words. (Or the fairly short run if @Glurin’s examples are anything to go by )