Teenage sex, drugs, gang violence, double suicide - Can this be the classic Shakespearian romance about those world famous icons of young love, Romeo and Juliet? It is. How did this ever get past the censors? It didn't. No sooner was the play published than the morality police began to raid its pages. Many of today's classroom editions have been carefully purged of their "offensive" lines. But the most effective censor of all was Shakespeare, himself. The lusty language common to all young men throughout the ages is tastefully camouflaged by his exquisite Elizabethan poetry, sending the naughty meanings right over our clueless heads. What if Shakespeare's characters used the in-your-face phraseology of 21st century youth? What if they spoke in plain, uncensored English ...?