Jill Duggar made a very risqué Instagram post on August 19. The former Counting On star was promoting a book called A Year of Sexy Dates, which suggested bedroom activities like “Sexy Shopping,” “Positions Dice” and the “Newlywed In Bed Game.” It was an interesting development for the very Christian reality star and her husband Derek Dillard, but she made it clear to her followers that her preferred version of the book was only for people who are married and straight.
Jill, 28, was promoting the book from a company called Dating Divas. It promised 12 different “bedroom games and sexy activities,” one for every month of the year.
Other activities included, “Strip Never Have I Ever,” “Spicy Pictionary” and “Steamy ABCs.”
Jill previously promoted the company in a post about her anniversary weekend with Derek, 30. They celebrated five years of marriage with a trip in June.
In one photo
she posted from that weekend, some of the Dating Divas’ sexy activity sheets were on a table. She wrote, “Thanks @datingdivas for the fun games and ideas! If you don’t know about them, check them out!! They’ve got lots of fun, clean, date/marriage tips and ideas!”
Also on the table was the “Little Black Book of Kama Sutra,” which shocked fans. She edited the caption to clarify its inclusion.
She wrote, “Note: We are not recommending the Kama Sutra. We believe marriage is ordained by God and husbands and wives should filter everything they read and hear together through the lense of the Bible and not practice anything unbiblical.”
She continued, “The little book pictured is a modern, smaller, cleaner, edited version that doesn’t focus on spiritual aspects, homosexual, or other extramarital relationships, and again, we don’t take everything in there either as the truth. It is always good to be aware and careful of what we allow into our minds, hearts and marriages.”
“We’ve not read the actual Kama Sutra and only promote biblical marriage (i.e. between a man and woman who are married),” she concluded. Followers criticized her for slamming gay couples and gay marriage
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