Restrict explicit content in iTunes on Mac
You can restrict access to explicit content in the iTunes Store. To change access settings, you must be an administrator of your computer.
In the iTunes app on your Mac, choose iTunes > Preferences, then click Restrictions.
If you can’t make changes, click the lock and type your administrator password (or use Touch ID).
To block access to specific iTunes features, select one or more of the checkboxes in the Disable section.
If you want to set privileges for a store in a different country or region, choose it from the “Ratings for” pop-up menu.
Select one or more of the checkboxes in the Restrict section.
The restrictions available depend on which store you use. In the U.S. iTunes Store, you can prevent anyone using your computer from previewing or buying:
Items with a Parental Advisory Label (from the Recording Industry Association of America website)
Movies that don’t have a specific rating (from the Motion Picture Association of America)
TV shows that don’t have a specific rating (from the TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board)
Books with explicit content
Click the lock.
Make sure you protect your password. Anyone who knows an administrator password for your computer can change access settings.