Is WTF censored?
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f*** and brainf*** are discouraged cause corporate filters block content, which already caused issues in the past.
Occasionally people will edit out f*ck and so on, which causes occasional storms on meta.
Is a horrible title, it conveys a judgement call which really does not add to your problem and does look unprofessional. I would totally support people editing it to
Wow, much better.
The same could be argued about the actual body of a question, how is WTF making questions any better? I totally support editing a question and making it much clearer by removing the WTF? statement and offering a general improvement beyond that.
That said, no I do not think its in the "censored" list if such a list exists.
I assume this is about the deletion of your question WTF moments in C programming (10k only). That was just the normal process of cleaning the site. Closed questions of no obvious value are deleted on a reasonably regular basis by the action of 10k+ reputation users.
You'll note that this was not accompanied by a loss of reputation to you because it is not a punishment. Indeed, given that this particular question was rather heavily downvoted you'll get some rep back the next time a recalc runs on your account.