We've been getting a lot of reports lately about various uses of strong language that aren't picked up by the auto censor. To help you avoid creating work for the mods, here are some guidelines. I haven't cleared this with Tom, so he might come in and write something different, but I have talked with the real mods. So for now:
Swapping letters or slightly mis-spelling a word that would otherwise be inappropriate is still inappropriate. So is playing tricks with the editor to display a word in a way the auto-censor doesn't understand.
Replacing some letters with "*"s is generally okay. That's the traditional way to publish words that aren't appropriate to print. The more "*" the better.
Trust me, if you type the first letter, and perhaps the suffix, people will figure out the rest. If a casual reader might not notice the "*", it's not good enough.
The rules are stricter in the professional sections, and in general you should just avoid strong language altogether there.
Graphic sexual imagery, even if it is written without any naughty words, is generally inappropriate. It's especially inappropriate if used in a derogatory way to describe another poster.
As always, the mods don't patrol the forum for bad stuff. Just because you can find an example of something that wasn't edited doesn't mean it was okay, it probably just means no mod noticed it.