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Derick Dillard: Is He Addicted to Porn?!

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He’s a great big bigot, he refuses to stop running his mouth about his backwards ideals, and it’s really just not a great situation, his whole being.

That’s why it was so tough for us when he wrote and published a post on his family blog titled “Hot Love: How to Love Your Wife Like You Mean It.”

But for whatever reason — he claimed that a lot of people had been asking him to write about his sex life, which is pretty hard to believe — he decided to put all that out into the world, so what else could we do but take it all in?

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Out and About

The post was long, and there was a lot of weird stuff in it.

For one, he told readers that married couples need to be having sex “5-6 times (or more) a week,” and even then that that was simply “a good start.”

The implication, of course, being that that’s how much he and Jill have sex, more than five or six times a week.

One, literally no one needs to know that, and two, seriously, they have two toddlers, Derick is in law school, and that’s really the schedule?

The Dillards' New House

Some people believed that Derick was lying because if they were having sex that much, then surely they would have more than two children, but then he dropped the bomb that Jill’s probably on birth control.

So many things being revealed with this, huh?

Most of his post was nothing we haven’t heard before — don’t masturbate, don’t be alone in a room with someone of the opposite sex, that kind of thing.

But then he said something else that got our interest, something that we’ll be discussing in more detail today.

Derick Dillard on Insta

Here it is:

“It is really important to both of us that we have some kind of internet filtering service on our phones and laptops, so we decided to pay for a monthly Covenant Eyes filtering subscription and also limit some accessibility on our devices to help us be accountable to each other.”

It’s interesting that he named the service they use, because that way we can go investigate exactly what it is they’re using.

And guys … it’s a real weird service.

Derick on the Job

As he said, it’s called Covenant Eyes, and basically you pay pay $15.99 to give the app access to your device.

It takes random screenshots of your activity throughout the day and it it notices any explicit images, it rates how naughty they are, censors them, and sends them to your “ally,” a person you’ve selected to get this information.

Your ally also gets a report of any attempt you’ve made to keep any porn viewing private.

Just scrolling through the site’s homepage, you see things like “Covenant Eyes can help you quit porn for good” and “Beat Porn. Together.”

Jill Duggar Poses with Derick

The way Derick phrased it over on his blog, it sounded like a basic filtering app, but it’s definitely heavily focused on porn.

And if they pay $15.99 a month for the family plan of the service that describes itself as being “everything you need to live porn-free” …

Who has the porn problem?

It could be Jill, of course, but who’s the safe bet here?

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Recent weeks have seen a very unexpected development within the Duggar family:

For reasons that no one fully understands, Derick Dillard and Jill Duggar are suddenly very keen to tell the whole world about their sex life.

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Out and About

Despite their commitment to a faith that’s so sex-averse it forbids all physical contact between non-married couples, the Dillards have been telling all, and their latest posts basically read fundamentalist Penthouse letters.

Somehow, they’re laughably chaste, and yet also filled with way too much information.

It started with Jill’s revelation that she and Derick banged all night to celebrate their latest anniversary.

(The same post casually informed us that they took the kids to see Toy Story 4 the next day, which was a little … odd.)

The Dillards' New House

From there, Jill offered more sex advice, which included encouraging her followers to try different positions.

(Most of Jill’s fans were probably aware that there’s life beyond missionary, but she has our respect for trying.)

Of course, Jill is a regular shrinking violet compared to her outspoken husband, whose famous inability to shut up got him fired from Counting On.

So it should come as no surprise that when it comes to TMI posts about their bedroom activities, Derick is putting Jill to shame (but hey, maybe she’s into that).

Jill and Derick Anniversary Pic

In a recent blog post entitled “Hot Love: How to Love Your Wife Like You Mean It” (throwing up in your mouth a little is the natural reaction to that title) Derick revealed that he and Jill have sex almost every night.

“You both need this time together regularly (5-6 times (or more) a week is a good start),” he says.

It’s already sort of ridiculous to state that getting it on 5-6 times a week is a “good start” but the claim is especially absurd in Derick’s case for a reason that many fans were quick to point out.

“How are you guys having sex 5-6 times a week and you aren’t pregnant again??” one follower remarked.

Jill and Derick Posing

“You guys don’t believe in birth control so there are some lies in this somewhere. Lol.”

“We never said we don’t believe in birth control,” Derick quickly replied.

“Misconception (no pun intended) #547324. My parents waited 11 years to start having kids, and there’s nothing wrong with that,” he continued.

“Each Christian family should follow God’s leading for their own family, regarding when and how many kids to have.”

Well, that’s certainly a progressive view by Duggar standards, and it’s possible that Jill’s man has turned over a new leaf.

Jill and Derick Dillard Pic

(Last week, Derick said women have rights! Gasp!

but we know for a fact that Duggar women are taught from a young age is one of their two reasons for being.

(The other, of course, being praisin’ Jesus.)

The misconception on Derick’s part is that he’s the reason people care about his marriage or that anyone cares how he was raised.

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That may sound harsh, but dude’s a random law student from Arkansas.

When people talk about “his family,” they mean the one he started with his famous wife, not the one who raised him.

Sorry, bro.

Facts don’t care about your feelings.

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So Derick Dillard is pretty gross, right?

Come on, that’s just a fact.

Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard Out and About

But another fact is that he is a part of the Duggar family, and being a Duggar comes with many special responsibilities.

One of those being that you have to blog about your weird sex stuff at least every couple of years.

It’s hard to keep up with how many Duggars have done this, as it really does happen more than you might think — who could forget Michelle’s instruction for women to be “joyfully available” to their husbands literally all of the time?

More recently, Jill has been more and more open her sex life with Derick on Instagram, even showing photos on Instagram of the kind of sexy games they’ve been playing.

Jill Duggar Poses with Derick

(Actual games, to be clear, she hasn’t been posting porn.)

Following his wife’s lead, as well as his mother-in-law’s lead before her, Derick has just posted a little piece on his blog titled “Hot Love: How to Love Your Wife Like You Mean It.”

And yes, it’s a pretty tough read.

Back in June, Jill wrote her own piece about how to love your husband, and it did get a lot of attention, so Derick kicks things off by saying that he’d been getting a lot of requests to write his own version of that.

Jill and Derick Anniversary Pic

In his intro, he calls Jill “the woman of my dreams,” and adds that “nearly five years later, I can happily say that we are still very much in love.”

He then gets more general by saying that everyone wants that kind of happiness in a marriage to last forever, and it can with this simple equation:

Desire + intentionality = hot love

Because you have to want to be with your spouse and you also have to work on your relationship, right?

The Dillards' New House

Sorry, but it really doesn’t get better from here.

His first tip on achieving this “hot love” is to “have lots of good sex!”

“You both need this time together regularly (5-6 times (or more) a week is a good start),” he says.

We would take some time to talk about how wild it is that he thinks getting busy nearly ever single day is “a good start,” but then he actually drops a little bit of a bombshell.

Derick Dillard on Insta

“Guys, you need to keep yourself ‘joyfully available’ for your wife, because only you can fulfill certain desires she might have,” he writes.

Previously it was assumed that with the Duggars, the women need to be ready for sex at the drop of a hat and that the men call all the shots, which is still probably true, but it’s nice that Derick at least has the same rule for men.

Of course, it would be best if they could drop the “joyfully available” thing altogether and just, say, have sex only when both people are into it, but baby steps, OK?

Derick even has a tip for if you can’t have sex because of health issues or whatever — he advises men to “find other ways to have fun and be intimate.”

Jill and Derick Posing

He says it’s also important to “Guard against fulfilling sexual desires alone,” because don’t forget, masturbation is devil stuff.

He then suggests to see a doctor and/or a counselor if there are issues in the bedroom, which, again, is pretty wild to hear from this bunch, right?

The next tip is to “be vigilant,” because “regardless of who does what in a relationship, it is ultimately the man’s responsibility to protect his marriage and family.”

“We must always be careful to give special attention to constantly evaluate and adjust our lives according to the Bible, the leading of God’s Holy Spirit, and the wise counsel of others.”

Jill and Der: Date Night

Another bit of advice is to “be humble.”

“None of us are perfect,” he writes, “and if we ever think we’re too good for something bad to ever happen,” like a divorce, “then we’re deceiving ourselves.”

Other things Derick suggests include being being completely honest with your spouse, and to be open with your spouse if they hurt you.

He really pushes the idea of seeking help from a counselor if needed, which really is nice.

Derick on the Job

He also says that you should pray for your wife, naturally, and that you should set aside at least 15 minutes a day just to talk.

No gossip, no name-calling, no talking while angry or going to bed angry.

It’s also important, he stresses, not to treat your wife like your mother or let your wife think you’re her father, so that’s … something.

One interesting point is that Derick reveals he and Jill have a monthly service called Covenant Eyes, a subscription service where you pay $15.99 a month for it to help you quit looking at porn?

Jill and Derick Selfie

Seriously, if you check out the site, it’s all “Quit looking at porn, we’ll help you!” They send screenshots of suspicious activity to someone of your choosing, too.

As if that wasn’t enough, Derick and Jill apparently never put themselves alone in a room with someone of the opposite sex.

He pushes the idea of spending time alone with your wife, and before he finishes off his post, he suggests therapy one more time.

And that, friends, is how Derick Dillard strives to behave as a husband.

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