The Seattle Times has rejected an ad for a performance of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues, saying that the artwork (a labial-esque heart) was "something we didn't feel was appropriate for our audience." However, the artwork in question — which was created by the event's co-sponsor, the National Council of Jewish Women — was appropriate enough to be hung in several synagogues in the area. [AdFreak, Poynter]