Which brings us to , a documentary about Stephen Gough, who has been imprisoned several times for 'breach of the peace'.
Since then, despite regular online abuse, Lena/Hannah has refused to cover up.
Another issue could be that he’s religious and wants his future wife to be, but you’re not willing to change your religion.
Sometimes it also comes down to the characteristics of a person.
Andrew Marr's series, which the BBC broadcast in 2012, was also cited as an example of this unwholesomeness. To anachronistically apply clothing where no clothing had existed. In 2014, the moment when the BBC finally takes off its trousers (metaphorically and possibly literally speaking) is fast approaching.
It begins this Monday at 10pm, when the third series of Lena Dunham's drama first aired, the sight of Dunham's character with no clothes was considered particularly shocking by audiences.