This exhibition stirred up a lot of discussion in 2013, not only because of the controversial title, but also for the content it contained. Kelsie Plusch, Nicole Fryling, and Elizabeth Cox combined in a forceful advertising campaign that aired over the course of two weeks leading to the opening. The message of the campaign was ambiguous and created a strong buzz among the faculty and students of DRHS. Opening night was a huge success, and the students, faculty, and parents who were once concerned about the show's content, quickly learned that these girls were smart, witty, creative, and concerned for the environment. This show was tremendously successful.