They had already made the decision to go out and see the world, with or without us.
They courageously allowed us to follow them on this journey.'Now the TLC site explains: 'Breaking Amish offers an unprecedented look into a rarely seen world, following four Amish people and one Mennonite as they forgo horses and buggies for New York City's taxis and subways' - taking out any reference to 'first time' in New York City.
They do not let non-Amish people into their community as a rule, you cannot become Amish, you have to be born into it.
On the other hand, you can go from being Amish to being non-Amish, depending on your personal choices.
They are technologically blacked out and socially divided from the rest of the world.
We wanted to know who the Amish are, and delve into their secret lives.
The Amish community has been a topic of interest for decades.
They lead a life based in the 1800s as is directed by their religious beliefs.
The reasoning behind this is that they are opposed to mustaches altogether, believing them to be a status for material wealth and a link to the military; both of which they don’t believe in.
We aren’t sure how they linked everything up, but the way Amish men wear their hair, both head and facial, has become a very distinct feature, becoming their recognizing feature in comparison to secular men.