The Duggars want to see you kiss, but only if you're straight (PHOTOS)

Nov 12, 2014 at 4:26 p.m. ET
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The Duggars got a shocking surprise when they asked married couples to share kissing photos on their Facebook page: They forgot same-sex couples can be married, too.

After posting what must be the least passionate kiss in the history of kissing, Jim-Bob and Michelle Duggar asked other wedded couples to post photos of themselves kissing to celebrate the romance of marriage.

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"God designed marriage to be a loving, dynamic relationship between a husband and wife for a lifetime. God loves marriage and it is supposed to be full of love, joy, fun and romance. Marriage is where romance belongs! Recently, Ben & Jessa received some criticism for posting a kissing picture. We are so grateful they waited to share their first kiss until after marriage. We've been married 30 years and are still in love! We had fun trying to duplicate Ben and Jessa's happily married kissing picture. We challenge all married couples to take a happily married picture and post it here."

The result, obviously, was some incredible trolling by same-sex couples.

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Screencaps credit: The New Civil Rights Movement

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The Duggars are not amused, and are trying to scrub all such photos and comments supportive of same-sex marriage from their feed as quickly as they appear. In fact, they went so far as to ban Bilerico Project editor-in-chief and LGBT activist John M. Becker from their page entirely.

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Totally unsurprising, considering son Josh is the executive director of the notoriously anti-gay Family Research Council and the entire family campaigned for accused homophobe Ken Cuccinelli during his failed bid for governor of Virginia.

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