I think that's a fair argument. There's a lot of bad out there and not everyone wants to see it on a daily basis.
That's my whole frustration with the pro-neutrality argument. Lots of people just bandwagon on to "keep the internet free" without actually looking into the policy behind the slogan. I think that the more people look into this stuff, the more they will see some problems with the argument.
For example: If people just took the US Presidential campaign slogans without actually looking into their policies, my guess is that Hillary ("I'm with Her") would have had zero support, since her slogan sorta sounds like "I want her to be in charge", where Trump's slogan ("Make America Great Again") would probably have had even more support than it did, since on the surface, it looks like "I want to make this country as good as it can be" and who isn't behind making their own country awesome?
I can see the merit behind both sides, but from where I'm standing, I just don't think regulation of the internet will help.