Its a polarised issue, but please try and debate the data, not the personalitys.
An intelligent and articulate person should be able to make their case without resorting to personal attacks.
Back when i hosted a MW4 Mercs server, i used Mercsheild with the language filter active, that is if you used certain words, you got warned then kicked if you kept it up.
So the question has been around for a long time.
I personally prefered my server to be a place where younger players didnt have to put up with unimaginative sentence fillers.
And havent really seen it as much of an issue with this community.
As i said its a polarised issue, the world is full of swear words, you get them everywhere TV, the schoolyard etc etc.
But i also think you do your child a favour encouraging them to be articulate in a positive creative manner.
In many cases conversational curse words are just unimaginative sentence fillers, And we aussies are no exception, Bloody this bloody that. I once heard my mother in law waxing lyrical on a topic she was passionate about say "bloody bloody".
There is no fix, either in regards to the game, or the greater environment we live in.
Its good to discuss issues like this, but please lets do so without engaging in personal attacks
To the issue of kids being exposed to swearing, they are going to encounter them.
The best you can do is teach by example, and explain these are not words you use and provide positive reasoning why you dont.
I grew up in a home where the bar of soap was only one swear word away from being a quick snack, but it was the words of a respected teacher that really sealed the deal for me.
He pointed out that swear words are just generic off the shelf sentence fillers, and the mark of a lack of imagination.
Children are going to be exposed to cuss words, we cant change that. What we can do is change the way they process them