People Are Absolutely Appalled by Jill Duggar’s Kama Sutra Instagram Post

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The Duggars are at it again. While once upon a time they were America’s favorite squeaky clean family, their reputation has picked up a bit of dirt over the years. And now Jill Duggar has made us roll our eyes and wonder “why did we like these people?” once again.

And it probably doesn’t surprise you that the subject at hand is a big taboo in the Duggar household: sex. Specifically, which kinds of sex are good, and which kinds are bad. What will surprise you is that Jill Duggar has apparently read the Kama Sutra. But wait, isn’t that Hindu? Isn’t it ungodly?

Well, don’t worry because Jill’s got lots of advice on how to keep all of your sex perfectly Biblical. Hold on to your hats because we’re about to delve deep into Duggar territory, and this time it’s getting sexy. But not too sexy, just Christian sexy.

They originally rose to fame in the TLC show 19 Kids and Counting.

There have been quite a few scandals over the years.

That shiny reputation quickly started to tarnish.

But the eldest Duggar siblings continue the Duggar empire with their own show, Counting On.

But after 2016 she’s faded somewhat from the spotlight.

TLC fired him from the show after a series of homophobic and transphobic Tweets.

But they’ve been keeping busy on social media.

They just can’t seem to keep their mouths closed.

A cute anniversary post sharing a trip celebrating 5 years together.

You might notice something a touch raunchier than the Duggars usually share.

“The Little Black Book of Kama Sutra?”

And many of them were utterly scandalized!

And that doing Hindu sex things is asking Satan into your marriage?

Apparently they think those kids appeared through divine intervention.

She does NOT recommend the Kama Sutra: this is a Jesus version of that Hindu text.

It’s unclear what either of those things have to do with using the Kama Sutra in your marriage, but apparently some people think that anything other than missionary is a clear path to The Gays.

Because even looking at the Kama Sutra is a way to move towards an unbiblical marriage.

Absolutely not.

More than we can say.

Who knew that eggs were a path to sin?

Sure, we all knew that they weren’t allowed to be around the opposite gender, and that there was almost no screen time.

Now that they’ve got a huge and rabid fanbase, those antiquated views have started to come out.

No matter how bad you feel, even if you’re incredibly pregnant, do it and be happy about it.

Like abstaining from sex for 80 days after giving birth to a girl and 40 days after giving birth to a boy.

Jill also posted a blog with her suggestions for keeping things lively in a marriage.

She has some specific rules, including no masturbation (which she calls “fulfilling sexual desires alone”). I guess if you’re always available for sex there’s no need to take care of yourself?

By looking good constantly. This is some truly 50s housewife advice: “It’s easy to get home and throw on the frumpy pjs and wash your makeup off, but make sure that a few times a week you enjoy time together looking like you would hanging out when you were dating!”

Give at least a 6 second kiss when coming and going.” This is the secret to a happy marriage.

She shares:
Don’t answer the phone during your first little bit together in the evening, and tell people to call you later if your hubby just got there. It’s good for others and your hubby to hear you say something like, “I’m sorry, I’ll have to let you go now, my hubby just got home!”
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Her marriage is super healthy: she doesn’t read the Kama Sutra.