This question made me uncomfortable when it first appeared because of the language used in the excerpt. But it didn't generate any complaints from the community, so I didn't do anything. It received an answer.
The author then changed the question in a way that invalidated that answer, and also changed it to one that is off-topic (proofreading). I closed as off-topic, then thought better of it, rolled back that change, and reclosed as unclear.
That reclose could be a little iffy, so I'm bringing it to meta. Based just on the post it's not unclear; however, that the OP wanted to change it so drastically said to me that he isn't yet sure what he wants to ask. Rather than inviting more people to spend time providing answers that he might decide he's not interested in, I closed. I did not close it because of the language; I closed it because of the churn.
Since I was editing anyway, I put the passage behind spoiler markup so that people browsing the front page don't need to read it if they don't want to.
If anybody objects to either of these changes, please let the community know either on this meta post or by using votes, comments, or flags on the question itself.
Should we take any other action with this question?