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"It is a shame that you haven't featured any Gypsy or Traveller designers because the clothing that we were actually more traditionally known for before your 'documentary', is actually far more interesting than amusing." Speaking with After watching the show, many believe that girls are encouraged to leave school at a young age in order to get married and start families.Although Roma Pip concedes that the show "correctly identified that many Gypsy and Traveller children leave school at a young age," he quickly went on to point out that "this is not because we are all born to terrible parents, but because our communities suffer from great social exclusion.…Four cousins compete to have the most memorable outfit at their first Holy Communion.This episode shows how Romani gypsies and travellers' attempts to live a traditional life can get them in trouble with the law.
The series also featured Romanichal (British Gypsies) in several episodes, and has been criticised by some Romani for not accurately representing England’s Romani and Travelling community.The majority, like myself, are in fact Romany, yet your 'documentary' seems to ignore our existence.While Irish Travellers originate from Ireland, we can trace our routes back to India, so it was hardly surprising that I was somewhat confused when you use the word Gypsy in the title of your 'documentary' about Irish Travellers." "I've been to many Gypsy and Traveller weddings, but I'm yet to attend a wedding where the bride's dress weighs more than my whole family," reveals Roma Pip.Both teachers and students seem ignorant of our cultures, thus we are labelled as troublemakers and bullied for being different." What's more, "you seem to have forgotten to feature those of us that do stay in education.
Take myself, for example, I'm currently at college studying a range of subjects such as History and Sociology."Travellers are ethnic Irish, while the Roma came from Eastern Europe (and originally, historians think, India)," explains Seyward Darby, online editor for .