I know this because someone reported it to me and when I logged out and went there, that's what I saw. I also saw that if I changed my settings to get a warning about sensitive content, i.e. photos or videos that contain nudity, sexual stuff or violence, every single one of my photos and videos are marked as potentially sensitive and hidden. (They are mostly cats and AI art. There is never violence or nudity. Except cats or other animals not wearing clothes.)
When I tried to get this fixed, (my own option to change it is greyed out), I discovered that this is not something Twitter allows you to appeal with them. They never warned me. I can see it happened when I tweeted a link to a Kickstarter for a friend's graphic novel. They claim you will lose your ability to unlock the sensitive warning if you repeatedly post sensitive photos or videos without marking them. I never did that and even this post there was no photo or video and I wrote in the tweet that it contained consensual kink. I suspect that's why they did this to my account, even though no one else got this for just posting it. I'm baffled and bemused.
Anyway, if you're new to my Twitter and it tries to keep you back for sensitive content, just uncheck your sensitivity box. (The worst you'll find on my account is retweeted news updates, which to me are often the stuff of nightmares. I try to keep it to a minimum._) And typos. Sadly, I make a fair few typos. Where is the edit button, Twitter?