What kinds of words? 'Poverty' hurts the feelings of poor people, 'Christmas' and 'Halloween' offend various religious people, 'nuclear weapons' offends Greenpeace, 'birthday' offends people who apparently don't have birthdays. And, as CBS News notes, 'dancing' is actually going to be banned from standardized tests, 25 years after no one could actually find the religious town that inspired the ban on 'dancing' in Footloose.
That small town turns out to be New York City.
'Divorce', 'disease' even 'dinosaurs', because it might offend people who don't believe in dinosaurs.
Want the whole list? Here you go.
Abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological)
Alcohol (beer and liquor), tobacco, or drugs
Birthday celebrations (and birthdays)
Cancer (and other diseases)
Catastrophes/disasters (tsunamis and hurricanes)
Children dealing with serious issues
Cigarettes (and other smoking paraphernalia)
Computers in the home (acceptable in a school or library setting)
Death and disease
Expensive gifts, vacations, and prizes
Gambling involving money
Homes with swimming pools
In-depth discussions of sports that require prior knowledge
Loss of employment
Occult topics (i.e. fortune-telling)
Religious holidays and festivals (including but not limited to Christmas, Yom Kippur, and Ramadan)
Television and video games (excessive use)
Traumatic material (including material that may be particularly upsetting such as animal shelters)
Vermin (rats and roaches)
War and bloodshed
Weapons, including guns, knives, etc.
Witchcraft, sorcery, etc.