Despite the problems of censoring information, whether it's against religious, government, or sexual norms, many people continue to insist that censorship is necessary—just as long as they're the ones who get to pick and choose what others can and cannot see.
(Ironically, some foreign translations of this book had to delete certain chapters before some governments would allow the book to be published. If certain information is deemed too harmful for the public, shouldn't it also be too harmful for the censors to look at too?)
Fortunately, no matter what obstacles people may use to block your access to information, there will always be ways to defeat or avoid them if you just exercise a little bit of creativity. Perhaps the only form of censorship we have to worry about is self-censorship, when people are either too frightened to speak honestly and openly about anything they want, or so close-minded that they willingly shut their minds to any new ideas that disrupt their static way of thinking. Once that happens (usually under the guise of "political correctness"), censorship may finally succeed in stifling free speech.