The principal, Rich Leprine, said on Tuesday that the girls were told not to use the word because young children could be in the audience, but that they used it anyway after agreeing not to.
“When a student is told by faculty members not to present specified material because of the composition of the audience and they agree to do so, it is expected that the commitment will be honored and the directive will be followed,” Mr. Leprine said in a written statement. “When a student chooses not to follow that directive, consequences follow.”
This is what the religious nuts have done to this country.
The word "vagina," to them, is considered, what, dirty? Shameful? Obscene?
Vagina - not the "C" word, the "P" word, the "T" word, the "B" word, the "R" word - but the clinical term for a part of the body, said in the context of an award-winning, off-Broadway play.