I don't believe I've shown a lack of respect, but I will say that respect is a two way street, just like trust.So while I'm pro-nudity not being censored. I don't think people should be pro-nudity "activist" unless they understand the censorship argument. Which isn't just "we need to protect the eyes of children." It's much more complex than that. We live in something called "civilization" it's a word we don't think much about, but it didn't come from no-where. There are practices of our western civilization that have helped to elevate society to the point that we have such great technological advancement to even be creating videogames much less collaborating on them across the global. One of the values that helped to elevate mankind is modesty. We've become less and less modest over the years and that has contributed to the decline of civilization. Like it or not. Modesty is a virtue. So it shouldn't be flagrantly thrown out because we're the new hip humans.
That's the argument. So try and show a little more respect for pro-censorship peeps.
My respect for the people who don't want to see certain things will grow if they can also respect the people who are okay with seeing things. What I notice is that pro-censorship people adamantly do not want anyone to have it any other way than their way, which is a total lack of respect for everyone with any different idea other than their own.
Am I considered an activist simply because I dare have an opinion different than those who actively censor things, for example... like opinions, or nudity?
I would argue that since the ancient times, we have become more and less modest in a variety of complicated different ways, but perhaps our reasoning or attitudes towards the nudity have shifted in unhealthy ways. We have become better in some ways, but worse in others.
The censorship people have their fair chance to explain what they want and what they think, and everyone else has the right to explain their side as well.