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Duggar daughters men: How the Duggar daughters feel about men

A new book just released is about the Duggar daughters' views on men... as well as many other real-life obstacles young women deal with. The "19 Kids and Counting" stars wrote a book giving their account of what it has been like growing up in a religious family. The book is called "Growing Up Duggar" and is available in bookstores now.

As Hollywood News Daily reports March 5, the Duggar daughters -- Jana, Jill, Jessa, and Jinger -- detailed some secrets not often visited on their reality show.

So, what do the young Duggars think about men?

The book reads:

“God has created us to have a natural physical desire toward men. When these feelings arise, we thank God for making us ‘normal.’ … But during our single years, this physical attraction, if not carefully controlled, can also be one of the biggest sources of temptation and struggles.”

Basically the Duggar women deal with sexual frustration and fighting normal urges young people can be tortured with. As a daughter in a family like this, it can be twice as hard. There seems to be no in between when it comes to men and sex. Dating is closely watched by parents, self-control must be of the utmost importance, and willpower is always expected.

To read more about the Duggar daughters on men and other life experiences, be sure to check out their new book.

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