Hey dude, I'm a teen, my school is pretty against censorship, and I'm pretty okay with words, if used in a constructive way.
THIS IS A COMMUNITY. My school, and here, are the two places I feel safest, and you are intentionally causing harm. Simply, why?
We have rules at school, and community meetings to address problems that come up. We have three (recently 4) Community Agreements. I think you could really apply these, and maybe they would help you be friendlier.
1 Speak your truth
2 Be open to outcome
3 No shame, blame, or judgement
(4 is equity matters. If there is some video being watched, don't give everyone a seat, give the shorter people stools, so they also know what's happening, and save the front row for those of us with wheelchairs)
It's pretty simple, but holds everyone accountable for everyone. You are allowed to say "fuck this shit" on most days, but it should make a point, like in a presentation about a different experience of the world or whatever. However, someone can also tell you if they found it strange for whatever reason, like a girl in my project group who is not used to these words, because she went to a very strict no-cursing school, and didn't hear it from her parents. We also know that during confluence, you CAN NOT say it, because there are patents and district leaders who fund our school, at those events.
I don't understand why you came here. You have chronic pain? Talk to us, we'll listen, be there when the world becomes too much to bare. Don't try to test us, don't threaten us with gross religious doom.
You brought me tears today, and with the stress of being a teen at a performing school, I need to be relaxed not tense like I am right now. A lot of people have been hurt today.
Are you okay? I don't know, maybe you're just having a bad day, but tell us that, don't create hate where it didn't exist before.