Critique is a way of discussing what is in this book.
It's no coincidence, I'm afraid, that the voices that tend to be silenced are those belonging to people of colour (PoC,) LGBTQ+ people, and other marginalised groups.
Calling critique censorship is just another way to silence those voices. And that's not ok.
*is it past or passed? I can never figure that out.
People from marginalised groups are not a hive-mind. And all of their opinions are valid.
But you have to listen - yes, even when there's not one opinion, but several.
It's easy to stand up for diversity and marginalised groups when the members of that group are agreeing with you. When they don't agree with you? You still have to listen.
Because people have a right to raise their voices in disagreement. Not allowing them to do so? That's censorship.