Requesting that someone put something behind a cut is not censorship. You're not being asked to remove it from the comm, just make it so that people can decide if they want it being displayed every time they scroll through their flist.
And if someone requests a NSFW warning, it doesn't mean that they're goofing off at work, it just means they want to be warned if something is inappropriate. There are plenty of valid reasons why someone would want to be warned before clicking a link, ranging from the other people in the room to their own personal preference. But somehow, in the evolution of Internet lingo, "NSFW" became the typical warning. Even if they're viewing it at work, that doesn't mean they're goofing off, ever heard of a thing called a break? Grow up and recognize that some of us, even when accessing from home, can not be alone when on the Internet, and shouldn't have to worry about family/friends/roommates thinking we have some sick fetish because they looked over while we're skimming our flist.
Stop whining about censorship and acting like a little brat because some people might not be in a place where they can view erotic images and take 10 seconds to edit a cut into your post. You took the time to edit and tell them to STFU. It's not like just one person complained, and the people who did complain weren't brats about it.
This rant is about more than just one person, but my motivation for posting does come from a recent post that I'm sure some of you have seen.