You'll note that I said I have no problem with other characters using the F-Bomb. I've also defended when Tilly said, "That's so fucking cool!" and then Stamets backed her up. But one size doesn't fit all and there are other factors to consider. If Picard drops it, that's exactly what the other side wants even though they claim otherwise. They want Picard to say "fuck" so they can act outraged. They'll use it as their main hook to complain about Star Trek today. Especially since that crowd holds up Picard as their knight in shining armor. Shining Old Trek Armor. It's going to carry more weight than if Tilly said it, no matter what. There's a character in Oz, a turn-of-the-millennium HBO prison series, who never swore. Which is unusual since it was a maximum security prison. So when he finally did use that word, it carried more weight than it would've otherwise if it were just casual. So it depends on who's saying it and why. If Picard drops an F-bomb, I want an in-character case for it with context. Something I can argue. Not just "It's the 2020s!", which is also what the other side wants to hear from people who defend it.