Behold The Last Known Photos Of Jill Duggar Before She Turned Into A Baby Factory

Jill Duggar‘s wedding to Derick Dillard was this past Saturday, which means that if you’d stood perfectly perfectly still on that day, you would’ve heard all the angels in god’s choir singing as they shared their first kiss.

And by ‘all the angels in god’s choir singing’, what I really mean is the sound of two flaccid tongues folding over and around each other for the first time, because this wasn’t their first kiss as man and wife — this was their first kiss ever in the world. Jill is from the extremely conservative family shown on the TLC show 19 Kids And Countingand they have such strict views on courtship that this two waited to hold hands until they were engaged, and their interactions during their five-month courtship were limited to supervised dates and chaste side-hugs.

(At one point a front-hug did sneak through, but don’t you worry about punishing Jill for that, because she’ll have plenty of time to think about her choices in the fiery furnaces of hell.)

Anyway, what we have here today is a really rare find, because it’s a photo (more here!) of Jill Duggar Dillard during the few brief hours between never having been kissed and turning into a baby factory who’s expected to pump out live young every year or so until her uterus falls out of her body. (Or beyond, if she’s anything like her mother, Michelle Duggar.) Blink and you’ll miss the few moments of Jill being a normal girl, because Michelle and Jim Bob are already pressuring her for grandchildren in this video filmed before the actual wedding:

Yikes! So as if it wasn’t enough to adjust to being able to kiss your husband for the first time and to live in a house with two humans instead of nineteen, we should definitely throw sex in there right off the bat as well.

Because god forbid we had a moment — even a single moment — where Jill was allowed to be in a living, breathing relationship with a human man before having to start proving her worth as a woman by popping out babies.

(Photos: Instagram)

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    • M_G

      That man in the blue shirt in the photo looks equal parts angry, concerned, and scared, which is appropriate.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Hahaha, agreed!

      • keetakat

        I was just about to say something about that! I was thinking that he looked disapproving because her arms were showing…her arm pits, even!

        http://www.reactiongifs.com/r/jonah_the-f.gif

    • Napoleon

      I think what the Duggars represent is a egomaniacal embarrassment to society.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        And in that, you are extremely correct.

    • auntiea

      so-her dress isn’t the purity white? Did that full frontal hug cost her the white?

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Has to be! Jesus and Jim Bob were both keeping sin tallies, bringing it all the way down to ivory.

    • texassa

      OK, someone tell me, why is it so different when a daughter weds than a son?

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Right?? So ridiculous.

      • Lackadaisical

        Because he is a man in possession of manly independence and has been his own person since he became an adult. Daughters become someone else’s property (because they could obviously never belong to themselves). And now I shall go and mutter something about patriarchy into a glass of something suspiciously unlemonadish.

      • texassa

        Oooooh, okay. That’s why I thought :)

      • Lackadaisical

        Of course I should have asked someone in possession of man parts to explain it to me as my silly girl brain needs guidance. My husband is out at the moment but my 7 year old son has the required dangly thing to comprehend it all.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Thank goodness! That was a close one!

    • wispy

      It’s so funny to me how since they can’t kiss or anything before marriage BUT can hold hands they end up clutching each other for dear life. Josh and Anna were the same, Anna would just HANG all over him like she was going to fall any minute and he had to support her.

    • Myndee

      I guess after that front hug incident she decided she could dress like a tramp on her wedding day and NOT wear a dress that looks like a turtleneck. Maybe girlfriend wore a short sleeve dress to distract us from her stomach area, where she’s hiding a baby bump after that front hug. Everyone knows (meaning the Duggar’s) you can get pregnant from a front hug!

    • keelhaulrose

      At the very end of the video did she say “watch our wedding night” or was it supposed to be “watch our wedding right here on TLC” and it got cut off?
      Cuz, frankly, I don’t want to watch two people who never kissed before they married spend their wedding night trying to figure out what part goes where for the fifteen seconds of fumbling sex that will be happening.

      • Myndee

        I imagined their wedding night as two people front hugging for 12 hours because their waiting until their each alone to Google “How to have sex”

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        ‘Google, how do I sex?’

      • Lackadaisical

        How long before they recover from the shock, do you think?

      • Myndee

        I’d rather Google than ask Jim Bob for advice! Which I’m sure he tries to give.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Oof. Yeah.

      • Jim

        Eww

      • texassa

        Making fun of virgin sex is silly and immature. Physical intimacy is natural. Things like attraction, hand holding, even touching someone are all in the same vein of sexual intercourse. My guess is they’ll be elated to be alone together, to be able to hold each other, especially in celebration of becoming married. The rest comes naturally.

    • brebay

      And poor Jana dances barefoot…

    • brebay

      Hope they don’t plan horseback riding for the honeymoon.

    • Ashie

      I get that not everyone follows this type of lifestyle but I feel like all these Duggar articles are really trying to “shame” them for their choices. People get all mad when someone who sleeps around is called a slut and we can’t say that because it’s mean and how dare you shame them, but it’s okay to shame the Duggars for their choices?? Doesn’t really make much sense to me.

      • Jenni

        Because the Duggars daughters didn’t get to make a choice. They’ve been raised to be religious, subservient wives — and to ensure they ended up that way, their parents didn’t expose them to other lifestyle choices.

      • koolchicken

        That’s not exactly true. Jim Bob’s family is like him, but Michelle’s is not. Have you never seen her mother acting like they’re a bit much, in front of them? Cause I have. There was a person on TV in “scandalous” dress and the older girls were covering it so the boys wouldn’t see. And the grandmother was very obvious in what she thought about it. There’s also Cousin Amy, who’s very close to them and does not live that lifestyle.

        So yes, the friends they choose to have hold their values. But their families do not, and they still spend plenty of time with them.

      • Myndee

        Jim Bob also talks down to Cousin Amy in front of the family like she is a dog. They aren’t exactly tolerant of people not like them.

      • Jim

        Cousin Amy makes me tingle.

      • FemelleChevalier

        It’s not exactly a “choice” if you’ve never been given much of a choice in the first place. It’s okay to be modest and traditional, just as long as the person involved — the daughter — has the final say in the decision-making.

      • koolchicken

        I’ve said the exact same thing here before. What’s to say, this site is very openly anti-Duggar. I clicked on the link so I could see a better photo of her (absolutely beautiful) dress. But I only skimmed the article because I knew it would be negative and snarky.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        We make no bones about not being into their whole deal!

      • Ashie

        It’s okay not to like the same things they do, I love listening to peoples opinions on different matters. This “article” however doesn’t just share their opinion, it is rude.

      • Olivia

        Everything I see written here about them is rude, judgmental, and usually coming from someone who would preach “acceptance” and ‘tolerance” in the next breath. I also think it’s wrong that their older daughters are basically free nannies (at least it looks that way on the show) but you are not in their life. No, a reality show does not give you their real “reality” They take Christianity to an extreme that I don’t agree with. But ultimately when the kids are of age….they do have a choice to chill on the rules or keep it up. I don’t know about you but my parents had rules that I thought were ridiculous and do not intend to follow with my own family. I just think it’s pretty pathetic to sit behind your keyboard on your throne of snark and judge. It’s not cute.

      • texassa

        Having and making choices is wonderful; I think that’s why many people feel sad for the Duggars’ children, especially the girls/women. They do not have choices.

      • Ashie

        but who says they don’t have choices??? Obviously she has liked the way she has been raised and decided to uphold her families values. Why do people get so offended by the idea that some women actually really like to stay at home with kids and have no problem with it. It just seems so odd that everyone gets so bent out of shape over this.

      • FemelleChevalier

        In this context, having choices as a woman is being able to afford the opportunities to pursue education regardless of gender, being able to choose her own partner with little to no intervention from the family, being able to choose whether to pursue a career or be a stay-at-home-wife, etcetera.

        If Jill Duggar has been given these opportunities, then sure, the criticisms are unwarranted. But she isn’t, so there lies the issue that resulted in criticisms.

      • midwifey

        Your ignorance and dare I say it…your prejudice are showing. Just using the Internet one can find out that Jill is studying to be a midwife. Her and her new husband are both interested in the mission field apparently. To be a midwife one must follow a prescribed course of study that is rather rigorous. Please educate yourself before you spout.

      • texassa

        I am neither offended nor bent out of shape. Your three question marks in a row and difficulty comprehending the comments of others may suggest that you are the one bent out of shape.

      • Julie

        I completely agree. I’m not into the Duggar lifestyle but the constant shaming and mocking is getting old. Once they are adults they are as free as you or I. They could leave and do whatever they wanted. I assume Jim Bob is not keeping them on the Duggar compound at gunpoint? They seem happy enough.. I may not agree with them but I’m not going to mock or shame them (or support them by watching their show). The constant mocking of them on mommyish is getting annoying to me. And I don’t even like them.

    • guest

      I hope Derick is her secret saviour that will let her have a life that doesn’t include being a baby-machine

      • Lackadaisical

        Yes, I hope that her life with her new husband is full of freedom and the choice of whether she pops out sprogs non stop or not. If I were a Duggar girl I know I would leap at any proposal to a guy that was acceptable enough to my parents for them to let me go and kind and sane enough to let me be my own person once we married. While I am sure that most of the Duggar girls are currently on board with the ways of their parents if any are secretly wishing they could live a life of trousers, non baby making careers and pre-marital kissing it must feel harder to break away and do that without a spouse to offer support and a new home, especially as they have been raised to be the fertile and subservient wife in training all their lives.

      • Alexis Rhiannon

        Fingers crossed!

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