I know this is a bit off topic from the deal posted here but the classic ”i find that offensive" reaction doesn't mean that the comment is offensive. We laugh at different things. We're offended by different things. We like different foods, music, films etc. I've had a post deleted because someone found it offensive. Or at least said that they found it offensive. By that definition it's only acceptable to say something that is acceptable to everyone on the entire planet. The world is moving in a direction where people are fearful of what they say, just in case it might offend someone. It's not sustainable. There will be no stand up comedians soon. No comedy on the TV. It will go full circle I'm sure.
Any subject matter can be funny with a suitable context. I used to do stand-up comedy and occasionally gig with another comedian who had spina bifida. His entire routine was about his disability. It wasn't for the faint hearted! My material was also harsh and he loved it because of that. One thing he told me was that disabled people hate it when able bodied people act like they need to be protected. They don't. They're hard as nails. They have to be!
I'm confirming that our ability and tendency to laugh at ourselves and eachother is something we should hold onto. Most jokes are at the expense of someone. The inability to differentiate between cex and sex could indeed be quite funny under certain circumstances. A Cex shop and a Sex shop are both very different things. If that is something you find offensive then fine. You can exercise your right to report the comment and have it removed. Which I suspect you have done.
So you are confirming that sometimes you think jokes about disabilities are funny and advanced. Probably tells us all we need to know.
Yes they are sometimes. And if you're offended then that's your right. I don't need to repeat that part of the joke. It's written down. I haven't changed it. I haven't deleted it. So hopefully you won't waste any more time wondering about it.