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Fans Slam Jill Duggar’s Sex Book: Inside The Hateful Lessons For Kids!

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:46 a.m. ET

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Fans are slamming Jill Duggar for promoting a sex book for kids, and RadarOnline.com has exclusive details about its hateful teachings!

Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar’s daughter announced she was a big fan of the book, The Story of Me written by Stan and Brenna Jones, last week. It’s meant to teach kids ages three to five about sex education.

Jill’s social media followers ripped her apart, however, claiming her and Derick Dillard’s sons, Israel, 3, and Samuel, 1, are too young for sex talk.

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“Your kids aren’t even old enough to tie their shoes,” one fan wrote. “Is teaching them about birds and bees really at the top of the priority list right now?”

Radar reviewed Jill’s recommended book and uncovered that it sends highly controversial teachings to children. The book teaches that Christian parents should “be the primary sex educators of their children.” It also instructs parents to teach their kids that only married couples should have babies.

“First, a man and a woman should love each other and get married,” the book explained. “God wants only people who are married to have babies.”

What’s more is the Duggar-approved book sends hateful anti-LGBTQ messages to children. The Story of Me spews out controversial language that claims single and same-sex parents are not fit to raise children.

“God gave Sarah a vagina and womb, and he didn’t give that to you. That makes her a girl,” the book stated. “Only girls can become mommies, and only boys can become daddies. Being a boy or a girl is special to God!”

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As Radar readers know, Jill’s husband Derick has notoriously ripped apart transgender television star, Jazz Jennings.

Dillard’s anti-transgender comments are rumored to be the reason he was booted from the Duggar family’s TLC show, Counting On.

Jill’s post sent fans into a frenzy, calling some of the book’s teachings “bulls**t.”

“I’d omit the bulls**t that children need both a mom and a dad,” said one Instagram user. “What about single parents? Same sex parents? What children NEED is unconditional love.”

Another fan was disappointed to learn of Jill’s anti-LGBTQ beliefs.

“I didn’t realize how against the LGBT community you are,” wrote another fan. “A child most of all needs people whether they be parents or guardians to love them. Myself and my WIFE have started our journey to become parents and when that happens I can assure you that our baby will be loved so much.”

What do you think of the hateful teachings Jill Duggar supports? Let us know in the comments.

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