The current design content already approved on Amazon for better or worse acts as a guidepost to newcomers for what Amazon will allow to be sold and not get rejected on the site. My suggestion to Amazon would be to first remove all of the shirts that are clearly violating the policy before policing the newest designers to the platform. If there's a shirt that clearly has a swear word on it and the description uses a hyphen to "trick" the system... people are just going to assume that's acceptable. When I'm not sure if something will fly with you guys or not I look to see what's there and when I see MUCH worse stuff I assume everything will be Ok and then I get my designs rejected with no explanation. I think many others are finding this confusing as well.