and where language is concerned some broadcasters and regulatory agencies are particularly sensitive.
We're sensitive to it here, in this forum - I've always believed that unless you start as you mean to go on it's no good complaining when, a few months down the line your forum is awash with obscenities - followed rapidly by the sound of your advertisers rushing for the door.
Your initial post made it because you were quoting a line from a film, otherwise it would normally have been deleted. We don't allow unacceptable words that consist mainly of asterisks because - as you said yourself - people know exactly what the word is; there's no difference between the actual word and the disguised one.
You may feel that 'near nudity' and aggressive music is a more important area, but we're talking about dialogue in a film, and the broadcasters obviously wanted the word out.