Audrey Roloff reveals marital rules
Audrey Roloff, the 24-year-old Christian reality star received a lot of flack in the comment section of her blog after revealing her firm beliefs that sex (only in a coThe 24-year-old Christian reality starvenant, heterosexual marriage, of course) helps “connect” the couple.
“Our bodies are no longer our own, we are now one,” she wrote in the piece, titled “How To Protect Your Marriage. “We should desire to sexually please our spouses. So get naked.” Following the statement that has left many here in 2016 more than little angered by her statements.
Audrey followed up her comments with to quote the Bible writing, “For the wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does. Likewise, the husband does not have authority over his own body but the wife does.” Following the blog post, Audrey added a quote the Bible writing, “For the wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does. Likewise, the husband does not have authority over his own body but the wife does.”
Audrey Roloff takes beating on blog
Needless to say, this outdated advice follows in similarity another reality show wife, “19 Kids And Counting” wife and mother . Michelle previously publicly stated that ‘ women must be “available” to meet their husbands’ sexual needs, even if they are “exhausted” or even “pregnant.”
Many have slammed celebrity wives Chelsea Nobel Cameron and Michelle Duggar and now Audrey Roloff that the years IS 2016 and women today do not stay at home as barefoot and pregnant servants to their spouses.
Stating they have jobs, raise children and in a lot of cases are the priority family breadwinners, oh one other thing, they more than expect, they demand that their spouses share the responsibility load.
The entire Roloff family, which includes three members born with dwarfism, claims to be disability and diversity advocates, Audrey recently said same-sex marriage “is not something we agree with.” (The comment was later erased from her blog.)
One sure way to stir the controversial pot, post publicly your beliefs and suggest that those who choose not to follow and believe the same are potentially living wrong.
Isn’t life just easier when you “live and let live” without all the who’s right and who’s wrong? What are your thoughts on “Little People” star Audrey Roloff’s latest blog post, for real or publicity?