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Jill Duggar Is Already Teaching Her Kids About Sex With The Help Of A Controversial Book

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Aug. 21 2018, Published 7:50 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar’s sons are only 3 and 1, but she thinks it’s already time to teach them about sex! The former Counting On star took to Instagram to reveal she’s using a controversial book to clear the air about the birds and the bees with her youngsters.

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Jill posted a photo of this book, called The Story of Me. The book’s cover mentions that it teaches “God’s Design for Sex” and was the winner of the “Christian Book Award.”

“Want to teach your kids about the bird emoji and the bee emoji before someone else does, but you don’t know where to start? Someone in our small group told us about these books (4 book set) and we love them!” Jill captioned the pic.

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While the topic of teaching a three-year-old about sex is already sure to garner strong reactions from followers, Instagram users were more bothered by the book’s message, which was listed on the back.

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Topics include “why God wants each baby to have both a mommy and a daddy” and “the specialness of being made a boy or a girl.”

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Fans were quick to slam the message. “This is a horrible book,” one person commented, while another wrote, “Spot the homophobia and transphobia.”

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Another fan wrote, “I will just be over here reading the #iamjazz book to my kids. A better book to promote love, equality and understanding.” As Counting On fans know, Jill’s husband Derick Dillard was fired from the show after going on a Twitter rant against Jazz Jennings, the transgender star of the TLC show I Am Jazz. At the time, Derick claimed “‘transgender’ is a myth” and that gender is “ordained by God.”

What do you think of Jill’s reading material for her kids? Sound off in the comments below.

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