After having their fill of blood and carnage from the Benham brothers, the ravenous wolves in the homosexual rights movement have moved on to their next prey: the Duggar family from TLC's hit reality show 19 Kids and Counting, having launched a petition that the network cancel the show over what the Huffington Post described as "the stars' discriminatory sentiments against the LGBT community."
Launched by Jim Wissick of San Jose, California, the petition to cancel the show on Change.org has already garnered 12,500 signatures with a goal 100,000.
On the petition's page, Wissick posted a letter he wrote to TLC, which said, "the Duggars have been using their fame to promote discrimination, hate, and fear-mongering against gays and transgendered people. You need to take a stand on the side of justice and cancel their show."
The petition comes in response to a robocall Michelle Duggar made against an anti-discrimination housing law for the transgender community where she said that transgender women should not be allowed to use male bathrooms.
Another supposed controversy stems from the Duggars' Facebook page where they encouraged outside married couples to post photos of themselves kissing. A gay blogger named John Becker of The Bilerico Project posted a photo of him kissing his husband next to a message about marriage equality. Becker claimed to E! News that his photo was immediately taken down and was banned from the page.
Wissick also doesn't like that the eldest son Josh Duggar works for the Family Research Council.
The Duggar's have gained a fair amount of notoriety in recent months for outwardly sharing their pro-life views. In an episode back in October, controversy erupted when TLC censored the Duggar family's T-shirt bearing a pro-life message.