Duggar girls talk about dating
They discuss their "natural physical desire toward men," which they also thank God for because, well, let's not even delve into the family's views on homosexuality.Unfortunately, they write that those desires "can also be one of the biggest sources of temptation and struggles," if they're not appropriately managed.So the girls avoid alone time with guys before entering a courtship, because acting on "sensual thoughts" before he puts a ring on it would put them in grave "moral danger." And this will probably not come as a surprise, but there's no mention of a code word the Duggar men use so the girls can drop their eyes when a shirtless hottie orguy in tight pants walks past.(Unless that's coming when eldest sons Josh, John-David, and Joseph write their own book.) A man's hormones are a cross for the whole family to bear, but a woman's appear to a solitary burden.Josh Duggar and his wife, Anna, spent some quality time together after his sister Jinger Duggar’s wedding on Sunday, November 6.Jessa Duggar wants to help you build a wardrobe that's fashionable and faithful -- for a cost.It's almost as if the girls don't think too highly of their menfolk.Furthermore, the book is refreshingly candid — by Duggar standards — about the girls' sexuality.
Jessa, who married Ben Seewald in 2014, strictly adheres to conservative dress.
Sure, they don't arrest people, but the family have a special code word for these provocative women, which is "Nike." Really, there's a code word: "That's a signal to the boys, and even to Dad, that they should nonchalantly drop their eyes and look down at their shoes as we walk past her...
It's meant to help keep the guys' eyes from seeing things they shouldn't be seeing.
Her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, gave an explanation at a recent Texas sermon."It is your liberty as to whether you dress modestly with a modest pair of pants, or with a skirt, or with a T-shirt, or with a blouse," Jeremy said.
The oldest son, Josh Duggar, married and has two children with his wife Anna.