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The nicer projects use standard types, base the architecture on existing successful products, and have a fairly simple class heirarchy.
The only way this is possibly harmful to anyone is as a result of the Mirror digging up the footage and publishing it, carefully processed and biasing the audience to actually hear it that way.
If you aren't aware that certain modes of dress are considered slutty, then you're ignorant. If you really want a concept, then google "slutwalk". Even women who are against this generalisation are clearly aware of what the social convention is on this.
If you dress that way anyway then why complain when people make judgements? If you care about how other people perceive you then dress in a way that will make them perceive you positively.
Seriously, how is this harmful to anyone in any way? The whole thing is so idiotic.
The licence fee may be considered a "tax", but it goes straight to the BBCthe BBC. It doesn't go into the general tax pool.
It is explicitly separate from government and while it's impossible to keep them completely isolated from each other, this separation is taken very seriously. The BBC has no qualms about upsetting the government, and any government that tries to exert pressure will be very unpopular.
Essentially our big problem with going the short way round is that silly puddle between Europe and America.
Real world data is really useful!