Long before Jinger Duggar began wearing pants in direct violation of her family's bonkers dress code, there was another female threat to Jim Bob's patriarchal reign.
Amy Duggar has been the family's resident rebel for years, and we assume the only reason she hasn't been shipped off to a mysterious facility for reprogramming is because she's JB's cousin and not his daughter.
Amy married Dillon King back in 2015, and since then, the couple has rebelled against Duggar orthodoxy in two big ways:
For one thing, they have yet to procreate.
(Duggar women typically get pregnant on their honeymoons.)
On top of that, Dillon and Amy aren't shy when it comes to talking about their sex life.
There have been reports that Amy has held off on having children because she isn't sure she wants to stay with Dillon.
Others have claimed that the couple has been unable to conceive.
But Amy says neither one of those explanations is accurate.
Instead, it seems that despite the Duggar ban on birth control, she and Dillon have been getting in plenty of precautionary "practice."
“Oh, all the time,” Amy told People magazine when about the amount of sex she and Dillon have.
“All the time. You can’t hide that. You can’t hide that.”
“The kids are coming,” Dillon added.
“We’ve been practicing.”
And much to the likely chagrin of Jim Bob, Amy and Dillon didn't stop talking about their bedroom shenanigans there.
Dillon went on to say that he and Amy like to “keep it fresh, keep it wild” in the bedroom and are both fans of literally keeping things hot via “firelight, candle, one of those big massage bed things. The whole shebang.”
“He does like candlelight,” said Amy.
“I have a built-in masseuse as a husband. He’s incredible.”
Last year, Amy and Dillon appeared on Marriage Bootcamp, and Splitsville seemed to be in their future.
Needless to say, their relationship is on the mend these days.
"I think for me, especially after the Bootcamp and all that kind of stuff, for me it’s like, two people are going to grow at different rates, right? So, you’re never going to be at the same place at the same time," Dillon says of the experience.
"So the little arguments that might come up throughout the way, you’re going to have those. That’s going to happen,” he added.
“So if something does, it’s not like it’s the end of the world, we’re not compatible."
“That’s exactly right,” Amy echoed.
“For me, whenever we would, we still argue of course. Whenever we argue, I would be like, I would freak out. He’d be like, ‘Babe, this is life. This is normal. I’m here, and I’m not leaving.’ And he gave reassurance.”