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Duggar Pants Scandal: Has Jinger Been Rocking Jeans For Longer Than We Thought?!

The narrative regarding Jinger Duggar’s decision to wear pants in defiance of her family’s dress code usually goes something like this:

Jinger married Jeremy Vuolo, and like a wizard granting freedom to a house elf, he gave her the gift of liberty in the form of an article of clothing.

Jeremy allowed Jinger to wear pants as a sort of public but extremely mild eff-you to her domineering dad.

Or at least that’s the story we’ve been told up to this point.

But perhaps Jinger earned her rebel cred much earlier than anyone thought.

And perhaps she didn’t need the help of a man to assert her independence.

The photo below first appeared on social media in 2017.

But eagle-eyed fans recently noted that it was taken in 2015!

Yes, that’s Jinger wearing pants months before her courtship with Jeremy began.

And second from left? That’s Joy-Anna Duggar — who’s also wearing pants!

Granted, these are snow pants we’re talking about, and the ladies are clearly about to embark on some sort of wilderness expedition.

But for most of their upbringing, the “no pants” rule was inflexible.

Women were forced to wear long skirts at all times, even while playing sports or engaging in other outdoor activities, as evidenced by video in which Joy-Anna lifts weights in a floor-length skirt.

So the revelation that exceptions were made is rather surprising.

The above photo appeared on Jinger’s Instagram page earlier this week.

As you can see, she’s proudly rocking both pants and a sizable baby bump.

Fans have had nothing but praise for both the pic and Jinger’s rebellious spirit:

“I love how she is just always herself and doesn’t conform to others’ orders — for example, the pants. #strong #blessed, ” one fan wrote on Instagram. 

“You look so beautiful, @jingervuolo — even in your pants. I’m glad to see that you’re being the person I always knew you would grow up to be, your own person,” commented another.

Something tells us Jinger will soon be the most free-spirited mother the Duggar clan has ever seen.

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Tomi Lahren Sticks a Gun In Her Yoga Pants, Mocks March For Our Lives

Over the weekend, millions gathered in cities all over the country to demand that legislators act quickly to increase gun control regulations.

The move came in response not only to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, but also as a reaction to the ongoing gun violence epidemic that’s claimed thousands of lives and shows no signs of letting up.

These were people who gathered out of compassion, concern for our nations youth, and a sincere desire for change.

So naturally, whiny Millennial snowflake and noted dog kicker Tomi Lahren was quick to sh-t on the event with her trademark blend of bitterness and idiocy:

“Simply being anti-NRA is not a solution. March FOR something, not just against everything,” Lahren tweeted about an event that was literally called March For Our Lives.

“It’s a shame schools don’t teach the U.S. Constitution anymore. Appreciation for our 2A is lost when history is forgotten and ignored in favor of ‘feelings’ 101,” Tawny Larynx added.

She went on to really grasp at straws, remnding protesters that millions of Americans are heavily armed, which were pretty sure was the point of the protest.

“Do you realize millions of your FELLOW AMERICANS are members of the NRA?” Tormund tweeted, demonstrating once and for all that ignorance isn’t always blissful – sometimes it’s characterized by seeting rage.

“Disarming the citizenry is the first step to oppression and tyranny. Kids, I suggest you crack open the history book and learn this pattern,” said Tammy, apparently seeing nothing wrong with issuing a smug lecture to children who fear for their lives.

It’s rants like this that have made the far-right commentator such an easy target for her critics, many of whom delight in calling Timebomb by the wrong name.

But this time, it wasn’t just Tone-Loc’s ill-advised insights that had Twitter in an uproar.

Behold, the open-carry yoga ensemble:

For obvious reasons, the internet has delighted in roasting Toni over her “vagina gun.”

Lawrence posted the above photo on Instagram in order to shill for a company that sells leggings equipped with holsters: 

“Live. Speak. Stand. Run. Carry with Confidence,” Tonsil captioned the pic.

“Ladies, chances are your assailant is gonna be bigger, stronger and faster and that’s why you have @alexoathletica for your gun, your mace, or even your phone. Yeah, you’ve got it covered.”

Yes, this is a real product, and yes, Twutter had an absolute field day with the absurdity of the situation.

“Breaking News: Tomi Lahren rushed to hospital after trying to do Downward Facing Dog with gun in her yoga pants,” wrote one user.

“I admire Tomi’s earnest but ultimately misguided commitment to bringing Freud’s penis envy theorem back into style,” commented another.

“I get it, Tomi. I too, can never fully relax at yoga class unless I have a gun pointed at my crotch,”

You get the idea.

We could literally re-post these all day, but hopefully Tampax has learned her lesson by now.

Shell never get re-hired by Glenn Beck if he has to worry about her bringing her crotch Glock to work.

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Jill Duggar Sticks It to Jim Bob, Wears Pants on Facebook

Jill Duggar is many things – a daughter, a wife, a mother, a reality star, but until recently, no one would’ve described her as a rebel.

That all changed when the world laid eyes on Jill wearing pants.

Yes, like Jinger before her, Jill has taken to flouting her family’s strict dress code by eschewing floor-length skirts in favor of the devil’s denim.

And in some ways, she’s being even bolder in her defiance than her trailblazing sister ever was.

First, fans were stunned to see Jill wearing pants while addressing a group of female students.

Now, she’s sporting Levi’s in an environment that might be even more conservative than a Christian middle school.

We’re talking, of course, about Facebook:

Yes, in a new video posted by Jill and her husband, Derick Dillard, the mother of two can be seen playing with her kids while sporting a pair of jeans.

Obviously, that’s the attire that makes the most sense for sitting on the floor, but since when do the Duggars worry about logic?

Based on the comments, fans seemed surprised but were mostly supportive of Jill’s attire.

“I get so happy every time I see one of these girls wear pants. Modesty can still be represented in something other than a skirt,” wrote fan, adding:

“I know I shouldn’t focus on that particular aspect of their attire, but…Yay for ya’ll!”

“I am glad they can wear and truly do as they please. It shows JimBob is not the control freak haters want to insist he is,” another commenter remarked.

In a way, it proves the opposite of that, since none of the women began wearing pants until they were out from under Jim Bob’s authority – but we digress.

So will the Duggar sisters be engaging in any additional acts of sartorial insurrection?

We wouldn’t count on it.

Skirts are apparently the most flexible aspect of the Duggar dress code, which was outlined by the girls in themselves in their 2014 memoir Growing Up Duggar.

“We avoid low-cut, cleavage-showing, gaping, or bare-shouldered tops; and when needed, we were an undershirt. We try to make it a habit to always cover the top of our shirt with our hand when we bend over,” the sisters wrote.

“We don’t want to play the peek-a-boo game with our neckline.”

In other words – jeans are probably about as rebellious as the Duggar sisters will be getting … for now, at least.

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Prince Memorabilia Auction Features Purple Piano, Boots, Pants and Purple Rain Tour Microphone

Prince’s zest for purple flair will be showcased during an auction offering up incredible items from the legendary musician’s life … but you’ll have to bid big to take any home. The Prince Memorabilia auction begins online next week and features…

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