I don’t believe this would ever be necessary with anything I write.
expurgate (ex·pur·gate): / EK sper gayt /
(1) to edit something by removing objectionable, offensive, or unsuitable words or passages before publication or presentation
(2) to purge or cleanse of something morally offensive, erroneous, or harmful
[From Latin expurgat-, stem of expurgatus, past participle of expurgare meaning “to clean out, cleanse out,” from purgare meaning “to purge, cleanse.” ]
Usage: Few realize most publishers expurgate Grimms’ fairy tales before marketing the work to children.