>or be a pain in the ass to get to
When you say this it's implying that you are annoyed about wasting time not that some people don't know. Also yes it went down but it's been about 2 weeks, after a big change it's going to take time to get back which it seems it's starting to with it now at 6th place.
>your opinion also applies to IRL
I would agree if it was all based on fiction but people were posting videos of them eating live animals. To say there is no difference means you completely misunderstood the argument. It's not about if one is technically legal but that one is a work of pure fiction and shouldn't be limited because we shouldn't limit fiction if nothing is hurt by it, pen on paper can't be hurt. The IRL stuff was literally people posting videos of girls eating baby mice, goldfish and any living thing small enough, how is that also implied.
>also, kek rape and killing is what you consider extreme and prone to censorship
The point is that they're being censored slowly, people wanted to censor video games for being too violent, it got to a point where they wanted to ban things like Mario and Pokémon because it was satanic and violent modern-day people are soft and want to complain about everything. Even after age ratings came in people would complain about GTA and their kid playing it yet it was their fault for buying the game, extreme today will be different tomorrow and is based on the general opinion.
By the way, the Victorian had cameras, they also did post mortem photography which is to take pictures of the dead because it was that expensive and people were dying all the time a big reason why death, rape and kek were seen as almost normal was because of the frequent deaths and that education was not as great. We shouldn't censor terrible things because we'll never learn if we hide the past and today people want to forget about everything that has happened to this world even though that will lead to us repeating those mistakes again. But to get back to the point art shouldn't be censored as it's a release from the restraints of the world and censorship will not only affect art but our understanding of the world.