Made in 1961, A Taste of Honey tells the story of a working class Salford schoolgirl who meets, falls in love with, and falls pregnant to, a black British sailor. When he later leaves her, she plans to raise the child with her gay best friend. This was rightly called 'kitchen sink realism' at the time.
If made today in 2020, sneering half-witted cunts would call it 'woke'.
And they call it progress? You can keep it. Shelagh, take a bow.