A very naive classifier to figure out if a sentence contains dirty words

is-dirty A very naive classifier to figure out if a sentence contains dirty words. Works for English well, and can handle popular Spanish, Indonesian, Arabic and Hindi explicit words. Motivation I quickly wrote up thi

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