Uncle Chuckie is much more entertaining when he writes than when he tries to do an on camera monologue.
As to censorship, I draw a distinction between private enjoyment and public display. Reasonable time, place, and manner regulations protect me from having what someone else likes to watch or display being shoved in my face — whether it be a billboard with blatant nudity, or a pro-life rally displaying magnified images of aborted fetuses. What you buy from the bookstore or have mailed to your home in a brown paper wrapper is your own business.
(I was amused some years ago when a peep show was remodeling, that the city zoning authorities insisted inclusion of a certain number of wheelchair accessible booths to comply with the ADA. No, not in Milwaukee.)