I don’t see where I’m in the wrong here,” Shannon said in the conversation.

The sorority called the photo “provocative” and “risqué,” and claimed Shannon was being disrespectful, combative and having a bad attitude for disagreeing.

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“There’s no way she could read that rule and see it apply to Tinder,” Jill said.

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A University of Nebraska Omaha student was kicked out of her sorority for a “provocative” picture on her Tinder profile.

To Shannon Workman and her mother Jill, the picture seemed innocent enough: she was smiling between her big and her little in a Bid Day tank top that read “Sweet Home Chi Omega.” But it was the sorority’s letters on Tinder that ticked off the group, the upset mother told the Daily News.

“It’s not different from Facebook or any other site.” Shannon, a senior at the school, was called for a meeting with the sorority’s new executive board, where she started questioning the rule.