Reality tv ruins peoples lives and futures TWEETER: If so, why did/do you go back for more seasons? KATE: Being on a reality show is like overhearing people talk about you, and they have their information all wrong…And you can’t do anything KATE: It upsets me that people see someone like @Kim Kardashian and think that reality TV gives people this automatic success.
In a new interview, the 21-year-old who stars in the latest series of the hit TLC TV show explains how sex before marriage is outlawed in the conservative religion, and that pairing up with anyone outside the community is admonished.
When Emma Gingerich left her Amish community in Eagleville, Missouri, she was 18 and had an eighth-grade education. The life that awaited most Amish women—one of cooking, cleaning, and child-rearing—never appealed to her.
She wanted an education and the freedom to choose her own path. She grew up without light bulbs, but she met her boyfriend of seven months on Plenty of Fish. When people ask where she’s from, she responds, wryly, “Missouri.”Apparently Emma is not the only Amish person lured by a freer, more connected life. I googled my grandfather and I found information about him that I just couldn’t believe. Apparently, he was accused of doing some bad stuff, but the law couldn’t do anything about it because he was Amish.
“Doing a reality show was one of the worst decisions I made in my life,” Kate tweeted.
“Everything on the show is so edited and out of context.” That comment kicked off this series of tweets and responses from Kate over the next three hours: KATE: tip to anyone that wants a good life: go to school, work hard and stay is control of ur life.
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