A woman drove by a comedy club in Florida where a production of “The Vagina Monologues” was scheduled to take place and was offended by seeing the V-word displayed in public. So she complained to the club owner, who didn’t cancel the play, but did change the marquee:
Keep in mind that this is an award-winning play that has been around for over a decade. The club owner had no problem having the play in his building, but buckled to a single complaint, because the woman didn’t want to have to explain to her niece what a vagina is. I’m sure the curious girl won’t ask what a “hoohaa” is.
Update 2/12: The marquee has been changed back to the original title, after the group putting on the production — a law school — pointed out to the theater owner that their license to perform the play required that no part of it be censored, including the title.