Voicing her religious and political views loud and clear, Jessa Duggar took to her State Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., to fight for what she believes is right.
The 19 Kids and Counting cast member showed support for pro-life issues, participating in the March for Life, a peaceful demonstration that protests abortion.
"Headed to Little Rock right now," she wrote on Instagram. "Join us at our state Capitol at 2 pm, and together let us take a stand for the life of the unborn. ❤"
While Jessa didn't reveal which family members joined her at the event, the TLC star did share pics from the scene including one poster she approved of.
"God loves life every life from beginning to end," one sign read.
Whether he was present or not, older brother Josh Duggar, who moved to D.C. to work as a political activist, would surely approve of her endeavors.
As would parents Jim Bob and Michelle, whose outspoken views have won them millions of fans but just as many critics saying the Duggar family is a cult.
The Duggars' aren't just conservative in thinking, they're at the forefront of the political battles against abortion and same sex marriage, and unabashedly so.
In the past year, Michelle Duggar has wielded her considerable political clout to change policies geared toward making life easier for gay and lesbian citizens.
She fought a law passed to protect gays from discriminatory employment and housing laws, and in the process, critics accused her of hate speech.
On the flip side, Duggar supporters believe their rights to freedom of religion and speech are unfairly under attack by those who happen to disagree.
In any case, Jessa and her equally if not more outspoken husband Ben Seewald show zero signs of breaking free of the family mold in this regard.