It turns out...yes. Just two days ago there was a story about a school in Virginia that was banning To Kill a Mockingbird and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn because of some offensive language. To be fair, there are some offensive words...but they're there to show how offensive some people can be. The theme of both stories is one of inclusion and tolerance, which is quite the opposite of why they're banned.
But what I found really interesting was the fact that the "banners" not come from the opposite sides. It's no longer the prudish, traditional, conservative Right that's out to ban things that might be too "progressive" or "inappropriate", it's now the Left that's looking to ban inappropriate words, phrases, or expressions that might "trigger" someone or drudge up unwanted emotions. While I'd argue both are wrong, and both have an equally negative result, it's curious to see the cultural shift. It's much like Harvey Dent said in The Dark Knight: "You either die the hero...or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain."