Point 1: Free Speech. I do not think it means what some people think it means.
Strongly-worded objections to content =/= censorship, book-burning, etc. Telling someone that what they wrote was in appallingly poor taste, was personally upsetting and offensive, etc. and as a result you will no longer be reading their writing, buying their books, whatever (and perhaps will discourage others from doing so) =/= telling them that they can't write what they want to, or that they should be or will be hunted down, tortured, repeatedly raped, killed etc. for writing what they write.
Of note is that the latter HAS been happening to those who objected to the whole "dickwolves" thing. Repeatedly. In large numbers.
Point 2: Yes, I've seen the original comic. Yes, I understand that it makes fun of pointless quests and switch on/switch off heroics. I can intellectually understand why it was funny to its target demographic, and even that it was trying to mock a rather fail-laden mentality. But really, there was no need to use an image like "raped to sleep by the dickwolves" unless you were trying to play on the idea that accusations of rape, especially in the context of imprisonment, are a) funny and b) probably false.
Point 3: Not directly from the PA thing, but in general. For all that certain anti-feminist types point to male-on-male prison rape as something that feminists are allegedly unconcerned about because of the whole female-as-victim narrative, THIS feminist thinks that it's incredibly symptomatic of just how pervasive rape culture IS that "cellmate Bruno" jokes are used to deter crime. In other words, that sexual assault is somehow supposed to be a part of the punishment for whatever crime was committed. No, just no. (I'm not perfect in this regard. I was wishing such a thing on the Haidl Three before I stopped and gave it some actual thought. Last time I've said, written, or seriously thought that rape is an acceptable component of punishment.)
Point 4: I am SO incredibly glad that back when I was regularly playing RPGs, an atmosphere existed where people didn't say this shit. I'm not quite sure why our particular group was so much more civilized and egalitarian in this regard than most - perhaps because the membership from the beginning included a sizable proportion of women who wouldn't put up with the usual obnoxious things that some dudes think it's funny to do to the girl-gamer demographic. But I recall being a female GM for a regular game in which all the players were guys. Matt, Joe, Brian, Henry, Jesse: y'all were and continue to be awesome.
Point 5: This just bugged me in one of the threads I read, and isn't quite related to anything else. But there was a thread where an analogy was made to the use of "sinister" and its relation to left-handedness, where much mocking ensued because "yeah right, because being left-handed was such an awful thing." Actually - it was regarded as such. My grandfather had what was in retrospect severe PTSD in large part because he was beaten by nuns at his Catholic school for being a lefty. He made my very devoutly Catholic grandmother promise NOT to send their kids to a Catholic school before he would agree to marry her. I am not engaging in hyperbole when I say that this probably ruined his whole life. And YES, I understand this was in the 1920s/1930s, but it actually was a serious problem and he wasn't the only person it happened to. So, y'know, before you trivialize something as not being a serious problem, you might want to do your homework and find out whether or not it actually DOES have that history.
And my making that suggestion? Also NOT CENSORSHIP. Just to bring this full circle.