This "play" is disgusting, and the playwright is disgusting and it all adds up to a depressing amount of vulgarity in our culture.
I've heard enough about the play to never want to see it, but I must admit to being tickled by the thought of the play's director feeling oppressed by the "patriarchy" that changed the name of the play. (Help! Help! I'm being oppressed. Come see the violence inherent in the system!)
these attitudes are exactly why this play is so important. i doubt veronica, like most people who think it is so disgusting, have even seen it. how can honest dialogue about a body part shared by 51% of our population be so dangerous? and how can an abused child get help if she does not even know the proper names of her genitals? ignorance breeds shame breeds abuse. that is where the real vulgarity lives.