Fangirling of any kind is not allowed in the Duggars Snark subreddit. If you want to bubble over long hair or ankle denim bangs or all those babies, you’ll get a totally different angle. This is a subreddit for srank and memes and cheap jokes.
But last week, when Josh Duggar went to get material on child sexual exploitation and keep it to himself, many of the rules for 120,000 “Snarkers” were loosened a bit.
“(This week) we put out a lot of compassionate and empathetic messages that talk about people who are grieving or wanting to be there,” said Reddit user nuggetsofchicken, a law enforcement student and r/DuggarsSnark. director told BuzzFeed News.
With the 2008 premiere of the TLC reality show 17 kids and counting… (Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s parents made it” 19 children Before ending the series), there were many things to say about the Duggar family and their values: conservative Christians, fundamentalists. Fans and haters alike followed the daily stories, the court and later revelations that Josh’s oldest son molested his sisters and another girl when he was a teenager. Other scandals have followed — a subreddit named Josh “Paste” — but this week, the scandal has reached new levels. A member of the Federal Reserve Forum in Fayetteville, Arkansas, recounted just a few days of reporting what was happening in the courthouse, where the cameras — previously located in Duggars — were not allowed.
When you were alerted to the suspect on Thursday, Sarah, who often posts under the username Dry_Shift_3496, could barely put her thoughts into words.
“Be careful… or whatever, you know, give your opinion. We’re sorry, I’m so excited right now,” Sarah told BuzzFeed News. “I think it’s right. I think it’s fair. I think I’ve been a reflection of everything that I’ve talked to about this community for the longest time.
Prosecutors said the material Josh Duggar received and exposed to children under the age of 7 was “violated” and “abused.” Images and descriptions of events during the trial were presented in graphic form. But Justice was more responsible for the members than the subreddit. For many of them, they represented the judgment and healing from their own pasts that they provided after the harsh family values and darkness.
Many of the members, including Sarah, come from a fundamentalist Christian background and refer to themselves as “ex-Fundies”. Others knew the Dogars personally, some only a few degrees apart, and others grew up in a non-sectarian Institute for Basic Life Principles, under which they were trained at home, which Became famous over long borders. Daggar girls also insisted that there was no physical contact with the opposite sex before marriage. Bill Gothard founded the church but resigned in 2014 after allegations of sexual harassment and abuse of girls and women.
“I actually attended a Bill Gothard seminar when I was 13 in Ohio, and it was great,” Sarah said.
Another subreddit member, who goes by cheesehead2121 on the website, said he grew up “like Fendi”. Her church taught her that men are the members of the household and women bear children. She also said she endured a “strict culture of purity” and had to make a pact with the church to maintain her chastity before marrying him.
“[The subreddit] The treatment is over and I’ve seen a lot of people go through similar situations or people I know or love who have gone through it,” cheesehead2121 told BuzzFeed News.
The Church has left and now “ripens” with the help of therapists and subreddits, through which it prompts the questioning of all things, and once it takes undisciplined things to accept. has taken.
“I’m ashamed of doing a lot of things that I now know are normal,” he said.
Subreddit member James Washington Duggars once met during a wedding that he now describes as “terrible”. As news of the trial was shared, a few jokes, and some throwaway jokes about the downfall of the Duggars, she thought of the boys who had been abused. A $50 donation was made to the Arkansas Children’s Safety Center, which provides and distributes a variety of services to abused and violent children. Others also began donating — including $19 donations in honor of the 19 Duggar children — and the Washington Center said they received $5,000.
“All the communities I’m a part of, online and in real life, it absolutely blows my mind to see how it’s the best,” one commenter wrote.