I would like to discuss the usefulness of the uncensored tag.
Most of the time censoring is easy to identify and can be tagged without doubt. In contrast the uncensored tag violates the "tag what you see" principle. It can be hard to determine if a post is explicit enough that some country's law would require censoring. It is information not contained within the image and therefore is very subjective to the viewer. Furthermore it is unnecessary to have tags with polar opposite meaning.
From a user perspective, I think, it is preferable to search for something (e.g. a body part) and exclude censored content. As said before, it is easier to add the censored tag where it applies and correct the false positives in a search result, than find and amend the post that might warrant the uncensored tag.
Removing the uncensored tag makes it necessary to distinguish between sexual and non-sexual censoring. Maybe censored could be used for artificial obstruction of sexual content only and the implication from identity_censor, fake_censor, censored_text and censored_gesture could be removed? Like there is convenient_censoring (not implying censored), the non-sexual censoring tags could stand alone or get an umbrella tag of their own.