Evidently, there has been some sort of "Duggar Kissing Controversy" after the latest Duggar daughter to get married posted a picture of kissing her husband. Mind you, this is after they had both saved their first kiss for the wedding day.
What in tarnation would anyone find "controversial" about married people kissing? But then, people were equally scandalized by older sister Jill, who got married just a few months ago, becoming pregnant a couple of weeks into her marriage.
It seems that the worldly understanding is that if a couple reserves kissing and marital relations for marriage, they thereby automatically forfeit their right to enjoy any physical relationship even within marriage. Either that, or the reasoning goes: these people are enjoying this stuff, therefore they obviously must NOT have waited until their wedding day to get physical. Of course, this is complete nonsense.
Maybe my husband and I can start our own "kissing controversy." After all, eight kids later, these same people probably also think we have no right to still be enjoying each other.
Misery loves company, doesn't it?