As you’ve probably heard, the Jinger Duggar memoir is set to hit stores later this month.
The book is likely to infuriate some members of Ginger’s controversial family, and she’s been giving them a little appetizer piece of rage through scathing promotional interviews.
Already, Ginger has spoken out against Josh Duggar and the culture of abuse that has allowed him to get away with so much for so long.
And the book will reportedly delve into the toxicity of Duggar’s religious beliefs and her personal fight for freedom.
Insiders say Ginger is preparing for the possibility that her parents will disown her twice.
And while their reaction may not be far off, Ginger is definitely getting a lot of ire from his own family right now.
Luckily, she also has a small following within the Dagger clan.
Two of these relatives expressed their support on Jinger’s Instagram page earlier this week.
“So proud of you! Freedom looks beautiful on you!” wrote cousin Amy Duggar.
Amy has also freed herself from her ultra-conservative upbringing and now enjoys a much more modern life.
And she’s not the only Duggar woman who has freed herself from the ultra-patriarchal culture she grew up in.
“I’m so proud of you (and Jer I’m sure you continue to support each other). I’m sure you’ve handled a lot and still continue to stick to each other and to Jesus.” !” Jill wrote in the comments.
“Walking the ‘straight and narrow’ path as God guides you is harder than walking completely one way or the other!”
“I love you! I wish you all continued peace and strength!”
Jill cut ties with her parents in 2020, so it’s no surprise that she supports her rebellious sister.
But given the level of intimidation and oppression she’s faced over the years, it’s still surprising that Jill is willing to publicly express that support.
Since fleeing Arkansas with husband Jeremy Vuolo, Ginger has said little about her relationship, or lack thereof, with her family back home.
‘Certain people are more supportive than others,’ she confessed in an interview every week 2021 years.
“I think there are ebbs and flows in a family of that size. Every family has drama, so it’s driving me crazy when so many people are voicing their opinions.”
Now, Ginger is preparing to break his silence and speak openly about his family, perhaps for the first time.
No wonder most daggers are preemptively resentful.
Fortunately, however, Ginger can always count on the assistance of a handful of fellow rebels.