I don't need to click the link. I'm opposed to censorship in any shape way or form. No one forces you to watch or consume media that has things you don't like. If something bothers your sensibilities that badly then turn it off and go do something else. Artists and creators should never have to censor their work to appease anyone.
I agree but please do not conflate censorship and condemnation. No one is arguing that such media needs to be banned, nonetheless everyone has the right to decide whether such material should be encouraged or discouraged. The implicit ethical responsibility of a critic is the most important part of the job. If a piece of media appears to be in poor taste then it ought to be discussed and criticised. Please read the article, it's actually a rather cogent analysis of something undeniably 'problematic', though ambiguous.
For what it's worth, I found the use of perspective particularly offputting. Scary, yes, but it's reprehensible to use the visual motifs of a rape scene in the service of a cheap scare.