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Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date.However Mr Justice Ouseley upheld Ofcom’s finding and agreed that Channel 4 had presented a balanced portrayal of gypsy life.“We will continue to oppose Ofcom's unfair and biased complaints process, and we call on Channel 4 to stop making programmes that harm traveller and gypsy children and to become, instead, the champions of the most marginalised communities in the UK." Channel 4 has previously faced criticism over the series.In 2012 four posters which, featured the words "Bigger. Gypsier" over two teenagers wearing low-cut bra tops were banned by the Advertising Standards Agency.
Yvonne Mac Namara, the chief executive of the Traveller Movement said that they would not accept the judgement.In these cases, the ‘gypsy’ tends to be a benign character due to his or her avoidance of the complexities of English society.The romantic stereotype is repeated in chapbooks and penny dreadfuls, operas, children’s literature, visual art, and music.According to Katie Trumpener, both stereotypes have fed into a ‘process of literarization’ which has placed the Romani in a difficult position at the center of an increasingly powerful pattern of Western symbolism. The Romani, who were forbidden to attend school, remained almost entirely illiterate, and therefore lacked a voice with which to proclaim their own identities and histories. “The Origin and Function of the Gypsy Image in Children’s Literature.” The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children’s Literature.