My first hearing about the Quiverfull movement was through the Duggars and their TV show "19 Kids and Counting" (anyway, I think it was 19 at the latest). Otherwise, I probably wouldn't have known anything about it. But not even knowing anything about the background when I first watched it, I found it disturbing right away. I only saw parts of some episodes, but that was enough. They just seemed so blissfully disconnected that it was disturbing. And 19 kids? Sheesh. In retrospect, they seemed so utterly proud of their lifestyle that they had no problem making it public -- and that probably also lead to a lot of people, like myself, wanting to find out just exactly what they were all about. Which lead to me googling about them, which lead to all these articles about the Quiverfull movement. It was frightening stuff. And then the oldest son, who was married with five young children already of his own, got caught on the Ashley Madison website, and that just sent everything into shut-down mode. But last I heard, they are still married, are expecting their sixth child, and he controls everything.
Lori Alexander is quite mentally unstable. She promotes Michael and Debi Pearl’s book ‘To Train Up A Child’ that advocates horrific child abuse and has done it to her own children. The death toll from parents following Pearl’s teachings continues to mount.
I'm so sorry you're having to deal with the repercussions of this inhumane movement.
It must be hell raped by both religion and boys in mind and body.....and to ignore this jerk off watching porn when should be asking how his spouse wants to be loved and if she does not know what to tell him, that insane incompetent alleged sexologist should be jailed with her lube & bible....find an Atheist gynecologist trained in sex therapy....you can afford it by never putting another penny in collection plates
I'm wondering , if there was something that the wife was doing , that completely turned off the husband , if he would be forced to remain in the marriage , and try to satisfy her sexual needs , in spite of not being satisfied himself ? I used to volunteer at our local hospital , and worked with the receptionist at the ER , receiving incoming patients . I remember one receptionist commenting one day that her daughter-in-law wasn't having sex with the woman's son , and she was saying the girl should do it , whether she wanted to or not , because , after all , if she didn't , he might not stick around . I know my thoughts at the time were , perhaps that's what she was hoping for , and if she was lucky enough , she'd not only get rid of the husband , but her mother-in-law as well .