Six months after claiming she does not "agree" with same-sex marriage, Jeremy Roloff's wife Audrey has dissed the LGBTQ community once again.
In an Instagram story posted last night, the 24-year-old Little People, Big World star and Christian blogger took a photo of a new Cover Girl ad featuring gender-bending model, makeup artist and YouTube personality James Charles, 17.
"Confused…" she wrote.
Roloff's followers immediately voiced their disagreement over her cruel post.
"You pride yourself on your faith, yet you judge and question those different from yourself," one woman wrote.
"Welp this truly sucks…I grew up watching the Roloffs…And now I refuse," said another. "We are not meant to judge. My brother is gay and I am ALSO a Christian."
The reality star stood by her post, claiming she doesn't agree with the brand's "message."
"This MAN has incredible talents. I have an issue with the brand and the message it sends to women across the globe, not the man himself," she argued. "If my child wanted to run out into the freeway, I would speak up!"
("Well if Cover Girl having a male ambassador is equivalent to your future child running in the street…you really have much more to think or worry about," a follower countered.)
Though the family's long-running TLC reality show rarely mentions religion or politics, the Roloffs often share their Christian faith and conservative views on social media.
Jeremy's sister Molly, 23, once called Kirk Cameron "very brave" on Facebook for calling homosexuality "unnatural." (It appears she later deleted the post.)
In stark opposition to his clan, youngest brother Jacob, 19, refers to himself as an agnostic and regularly expresses his liberal beliefs on Twitter, which has led to disagreements within the famous family.
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