Open Letter to Jill and Jessa Duggar

We’re victims. They can’t do this to us,” a teary-eyed Dillard says of the media attention that has surrounded their story.

Dear Jill and Jessa, Just a few minutes ago it came to my attention your interview with Megyn Kelly on Fox News defending the actions of your brother, Josh Duggar. Let me tell you there was a moment were I’d wanted to throw a brick through a window and start a riot immediately. Upon meditating I figured it would be healthier to correspond with you girls about sexual molestation.

First of all, you should consider changing the title of your show from “19 kids and counting” to “19 excuses and counting.” You are the epitome of ignorance in America. Your parents have done a hell of a job raising subservient children, who will consequently be subservient wives to their husband and kids. I can’t begin to tell you the disgust I feel for your brother; his reputation has been rightfully established by the media and bloggers throughout the nation. But you know Jessa what’s more disgusting? having a victim of sexual abuse stand by her abuser because the family that prays together, stays together right?.

Because of you, many girls and boys will remain silent of the abuses committed to them. Your followers, including parents, will teach their children that it is ok to forgive and don’t say anything because The Duggars have done just that! yes, your mommy and daddy taught you to be cheerful, OBEDIENT, and always happy, especially when your older brother touches you on your sleep because the poor boy is just curious. You just have to blocked it out of your brain because I mean, the family is going to be disappointed if you ever act like a victim.

You were raised to only trust your controlling parents and to be honest, to live a life of isolation during your childhood and teenage years. Just take a look at your mom, she forgives her then 15 year old son touching his 5 year old sister inappropriately, gets the child pornographer enthusiast cop involved to teach poor Josh a lesson and sends Josh to a camp, all fixed. But years later she makes a robocall saying “males with past child predator convictions that claim they are female to have a legal right to enter private areas that are reserved for women and girls.”  wow, that’s deep…dear Jill, do you notice my sarcasm here?.

Dear not-so-friends, Let me tell you being sexually molested at a very tender age made me a very insecure, depressed kid. For some reason I blamed myself for what happened, for not telling anyone, thus you have reassured those feelings in me once again. What can I do? the man was curious  and I happened to be playing outside close from where he was. I now only have to block it out and blame the media for lying and telling me I should come out with my story and blame the bastard. That to be brave and proclaim no child, men, and women should take a stand against rape, domestic violence, sexual abuse, etc…need to back off because  if you dont, you’re not being OBEDIENT.

Your state of denial makes me physically sick. Jill and Jessa, you’re pretty much telling sexual victims out there that is better to denied any wrongdoings from sexual predators, that it is better not to seek professional help and live in la la land because none of you “were aware” and after all, he is your brother. very touching indeed.

 Jim Bob: We thought at first that Josh was on the road to mend, but he was still a kid, you know, he was still a juvenile. He wasn’t an adult. And so there was a couple more times he came and told us what he had done, and we were just devastated. Again, this was not rape or anything like that. This was like touching over the clothes. There were a couple instances where he touched someone under the clothes, but for like a few seconds. And then he came to us, and was crying, and told us what happened.

 

I understand the pressure. You want your show back on, the engagement specials, baby showers, another baby! the money! I’m sorry girls but your 15 minutes of fame is up. You and your family will leave with the most bittersweet taste that makes Mama June parent of the year. Most importantly, yours is tale of how rotten a part of our country has become. Your religious dogma will not erase the ignorance of your actions, it will only serve as a bridge for people to turn away from the almighty and treat innocent victims unfairly.

Now I take the brick, not the physical one, but the brick of bravery, wisdom, and rationale to start a peaceful riot against you, your pedophile brother, and all the bastards who dare to inflict pain upon innocents.

Sincerely,

Just another sexual abuse victim.


4 thoughts on “Open Letter to Jill and Jessa Duggar

  1. I wish these people would stop already, I wish they would stop trying to control our opinion of them and leave US alone. They sought out the limelight to make themselves self-appointed paradigms of family virtues for us to follow and I guess they learned what other abusive people learn, you cannot control the masses even if you influence them powerfully for a period of time.

  2. I hear you, sister. Loud and clear. It hurts my heart, this entire situation but also that these girls honestly seem to believe that God has healed their brother and their family and the media is unjust in bringing it all to light. They have been brainwashed since birth, and I’m sad to say that I am not shocked at all. I’m hoping that one of the other victims will speak out about how WRONG this is, and how wrong everything that followed is.

    However, in the event that they don’t (because they are so brainwashed into believing these things), at least we have advocates that are not afraid to stand up and say “FUCKING NO. JUST NO.”

    Thank you for this post.

    1. Thank you for your comment J.C. What hurts me the most is the religious excuse they use in order to commit a crime. A lot of my friends and family think the same way, it is very sad. I think these girls are suffering from Stockholm syndrome. Unreal.

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