Amy Duggar Models Her Curves in a Flattering See-Through Top!

Just because Amy Duggar’s extended family sucks doesn’t mean that there’s anything wrong with her.

Unlike her cultist cousins, Amy can worship freely and believe what she wants.

She can also dress how she wants.

Amy is using that freedom to full effect by showing off a sheer top that accentuates her glorious curves.

In most families, the 35-year-old married devout Christian who is also a mother would not be branded the “rebel” cousin.

Most families are (thankfully) nothing like the Duggar clan.

In their world, Amy is a worldly extremist who lives in a “corrupt” world, consuming the devil’s media.

Amy took to her Instagram Story this week to model a see-through top.

The dark brown fabric boasts an array of polka dots but is very clearly, well, a little clear.

Beneath this shirt, Amy’s undershirt, which appears to be a white spaghetti strap tank top but could even be a bra, is visible.

“Hey y’all,” Amy says to address her fans and followers. “I hope you’re having a good day.”

She noted: “I have this shirt that a lot of people are loving.”

“And,” Amy continued, “I wanted to post it on here in case you’re one of them.”

“If you want a great spring top that you can layer,” Amy advertised.

She recommended: “this is a great one to add a spaghetti strap under.”

Given its versatility, Amy suggested the top “for work, for teaching, for literally anything.”

“I love that there’s a little detail of a smocked neck going on,” Amy appraised.

“And,” she detailed, “a little ditzy print.”

Amy gushed: “love this one!” We’re sure that many of her followers will to.

The shirt of course comes from her own shop, Thirty-One-Thirty boutique.

The price, she notes, is $28, and only $18 for members.

The sizes range small, medium, and large — whatever size Amy is wearing, it is clearly working for her.

Obviously, for most former reality stars, “woman wears shirt, recommends it to followers” is not that interesting.

But Duggar fans are often fascinated by the sometimes stark, sometimes subtle variations among Amy’s cousins.

Who can wear pants, who can wear makeup, who can drink alcohol … in each case, the decision is made by the woman’s husband.

But Amy is not part of the cult.

Even if she were, her own husband would clearly endorse his wife living as, you know, an actual person, not as chattel.

It’s probably safe to say that the bulk of Amy’s cousins, even the married ones, would not wear this top around family, if at all.

What may be even more significant is that most of Amy’s male cousins would be forbidden from looking at someone in this top.

Yes, really.

After all, Michelle trained her daughters — as part of burdening them with the responsibility of managing the lusts of men — with “warning” their brothers.

“Nike,” the girls were trained to say, if they saw a woman dressed like a normal human being and not like a sex-negative cultist.

The boys were then expected to look down at their shoes rather than see a fellow human being with, say, bare shoulders.

(As fundamentalists, perhaps they were unaware that they were teaching their daughters to invoke the name of Nike, goddess of victory, by referencing the shoe brand)

Amy has taken great steps to separate herself from her extended family’s extreme beliefs and toxic brand.

This has largely insulated her against blowback from Josh’s CSAM arrest and conviction.

While Amy can sell shirts to her followers, those who have been less outspoken (which is basically all of the Duggars) have to tread lightly on social media.

Amy Duggar: My Family Just Plain Sucks!

Amy Duggar is under an NDA, which prevents her from exposing Jim Bob’s evil empire in full.

However, she can still speak her mind up to a point, and not just about Jim Bob.

Recently, she and her husband were answering questions — live, without knowing the questions in advance.

At one point, Amy had to admit that her extended family is straight-up terrible.

What started things off was a TikTok challenge, and one of the simpler ones.

It is intended to work for couples, so Amy and her husband, Dillon, participated together.

The first question was innocent enough, though they hilariously had different answers.

“Who usually gets to pick the TV shows you watch?” the voice asked.

Amy and Dillon each pointed to each other.

Spotting how they had disagreed, they laughed good-naturedly and continued the challenge.

“Whose family sucks more?” the second question asked.

Amy, her eyes wide in recognition of the weight of the question and her answer, pointed to herself.

Her husband also pointed to her without hesitation.

Amy knew that this would get a rise out of people, and followed up the video with a quick explanaton.

“We just wanted to come on here really quick and say we had no idea that was going to be a question on that TikTok video we just did,” Amy shared.

Dillon confirmed: “The Amy Gram is random audio she’s never heard of.”

“No for real, I didn’t hear all of it,” Amy stated.

“Because it was like a long one,” she explained, “like, oh this one will be fun because it’s just for couples.”

“I had no idea what they were gonna say,” Amy concluded, commenting: “That was kind of perfect.”

Amy wasn’t walking back or apologizing for her comment about her extended family.

She was merely clarifying that it was a surprise, not a hand-picked question.

Still, she decided to post it, she kept the video up, and she called it “kind of perfect.”

The Duggar family — Amy’s cousins and her uncle and aunt — are part of the IBLP cult.

The cult, their church, and their family are toxic, not only in terms of their beliefs but in terms of their practices.

From physical and sexual abuse to covering up said abuse to brainwashing their children with a cult-approved homeschooling curriculum, there’s nothing good about them.

That can be hard to hear, especially because, seeing the Duggars on TV, you feel like you know them.

It’s easy to get sucked in to what you see on TLC and wonder if it’s really so bad.

Sure, the Duggar girls grew up being taught that they were essentially chattel belonging to their fathers and husbands, but they turned out okay, right?

They did not, in fact, turn out okay — the Duggar lifestyle prepares you to be an obedient cult member, not a part of society.

This means that they are all either still immersed in that world, or struggling to process the trauma of their upbringing.

That doesn’t play out on reality TV, but that’s TV. Amy lived with them. She knows what the Duggars truly are.

Hopefully, one day, Amy will be in a position to share all that she knows about Jim Bob, the family, the church, and the cult.

We are glad that she got away from all of that, and wish that her cousins could know the same freedom and dignity that Amy does.

For now, we’ll continue to enjoy watching her call them out as much as she is able.

Amy duggar my family just plain sucks