Is Google censoring search terms on Android?

Hi, all.

I hope this is the right place to post this. If not, sorry.

Here's an odd discovery I made yesterday:
I like learning etymology and the history of words in general. I randomly decided to find out the origin of calling someone a p*ssy, as a term for general cowardice.
When did people start using this? Does it have an innocuous origin, as some internet sources claim? Questions like these.

So naturally I Googled it, using Google Now, as I usually do. To my surprise, my very general search term gave absolutely no results. No matter how I phrased it, no results came up.
I walked over to the pc, googled the exact same search term in Firefox, and BAM- 6.75 million results!
I manually browsed to google.com in Chrome for Android, and the proper results came up.

What's the deal? Am I not allowed to search for certain things? SafeSearch is deactivated, so that shouldn't be an issue.
I feel like I'm missing something obvious. That, or I suddenly can't trust the access to information on Google Now.

Specs:
Phone: Nexus 6p
Google app v. 5.7.14.19.arm64

I've included two images- one screenshot of my phone's results, and one picture of my computer's screen.

EDIT: can't post links to images yet.

Thanks in advance.

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