Re: Wang Care
There are two things wrong with this. The first is that you seem to think there's Government censorship of entertainment media in the UK. There isn't. There are regulators established by parliament but they're independent and are concerned with taste and decency as well as, for the film industry, deciding the rating.
Your second, bigger, mistake is in your definition of the word censorship. You in the US have it, whether it's imposed by advertisers, public opinion or politicians, and you have more of it than we do. Yes, you can produce just about what you like, but try getting it in front of a sizable audience.
You say you've had shows like Naked Attraction in the US. I bet they were niche and subscription only. This show is put out in prime time by a free to air public service broadcaster. It is completely mainstream. It's a dating show where almost the very first part of six people we get to see is their genitals. That's both men and women, straight and gay (to a small extent). And not just shot from a distance.
And it's funded by advertisers. The 'advertising partner' is Dominos, others buying time for an online episode I've just looked at are Western Union, Asda (a Walmart subsidiary) and Which!, our equivalent of Consumer Reports.
Try putting that out on NBC and attracting that type of advertising.
This is the UK. Our attitudes are staid compared with some other European countries and places such as Australia, but so far from yours. You remind me of the UK in the 1950s.
And that's just media censorship. There are many places in your country where standing up and saying you were atheist would be career, social and especially political suicide, so people keep quiet. Similarly on issues such as abortion and gun control. They are, in a very real way, censored, as saying the wrong thing will lead to repercussions.
No, you not in any meaningful way free of censorship.