Pull the "reality show" Sorority Girls off the air
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TLC "The Learning Channel"
"Sorority Girls"

Pull the "reality show" Sorority Girls off the air

    1. Alexandria Kennedy
    2. Petition by

      Alexandria Kennedy

      mount pleasant, MI

This television show is not a positive representation of what Greek life is, and is a disgrace for sorority women everywhere. This petition is meant to show TLC that this show will not tolerated.

"Sorority Girls", TLC "The Learning Channel"
I just signed the following petition addressed to: TLC's "Sorority Girls".

Pull television show off the air

This is not a positive representation of what Greek life is, and is a disgrace for sorority women everywhere.


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    1. Reached 9,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Kat Defrancio TROY, AL
      • over 1 year ago

      I think this show is disrespectful to all women of a sorority. This is not how we act and it's a disgrace to us all.

    • Laura Donohue DAYTON, OH
      • over 1 year ago

      I am in a sorority. We do not need further misrepresentation of who we are or what we do. Greeks do so much in their communities, succeed in school, and strive to be better people. If you want to show the reality of being Greek, keep them off of a reality show. I do not want this stereotype to continue. It ends with us, now.

    • Victoria Pretty MIDLAND, MI
      • almost 2 years ago

      I would not like sorority life portrayed in a negative aspect.

    • Meagen Rice MARQUETTE, MI
      • almost 2 years ago

      I myself am the Secretary of a co-ed Fraternity and I will not tolerate anyone painting a negative image about something that I love dearly. My Brothers mean the world to me. They are kind, driven, hard working, leaders who push me to become a better person.

      We would NEVER haze a pledge, because first of all it's just plain mean, and secondly because that isn't how the bonds of Brotherhood and Sisterhood are formed. They are formed through love, encouragement, hard work, and respect for one another.

      This is an inaccurate, disrespectful, and ugly adaption of what is in all reality, one of the greatest things that anyone can hope to be a part of in their college career.

    • Kristy McConville MIDLAND, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      Because I believe in Sorority values, which does not relate to this show whatsoever.


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