Oh yeah, not saying you shouldn't call out things when you see them and you think they're stupid. There's things were are clearly ridiculous, and others which are more up for debate, but debated they should be. Everyone's line is gonna be a bit different, like how having played Bravely Default, I cannot blame anyone for shifting the ages of the main cast up by two years, it makes some of the creepy scenes less outright horrible, (especially when you consider the different ages of consent, two years is actually a perfect reflection of the difference from where I am), and honestly, having them be a bit older I think fits their personalities and actions more, but that's a very highly situational and personal preference. Sometimes things just come across as highly dodgy anyway in the original, and some rewriting to smooth that out a bit when that's clearly not the intent does have a case though. I'm reminded of how a particular support conversation in Fire Emblem Fates came across even after a few different translations came through, and time will tell if shave some of the drink-spiking's unintentional dodginess off. Although we still have problems with it cutting both ways really, like how violence tends to get cut with countries like Germany and Japan (Australia less so then we used to because their ratings boards were really stupid, and even then they still don't like having real-world drugs with any sort of 'positive' effect and some other things in games). So there's always going to be some cultural barriers here and there, though there are times the cultural defence just doesn't work and no-one should be told they have to accept it as-is because of that.