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"We don’t want to stir up desires, just different things that, um, cannot be…righteously fulfilled, that cannot be, um, I don’t know, so, anyway, our family has chosen not to dance." (Photo Credit: Instagram) If you're wondering why you never hear from the other dozens of Duggar kids, it's because they're not allowed to have social media yet.

It's only after a Duggar is married that they're allowed to have a social media account.

“There will be times you’re going to be very exhausted.

Your hubby comes home after a hard day’s work, you get the baby to bed, and he is going to be looking forward to that time with you,” Michelle said on in 2014.

"A lot of swimwear nowadays is exposing parts that shouldn’t be exposed.” (Photo Credit: Getty Images) After oldest son Josh Duggar was caught molesting two of his sisters, parents Jim Bob and Michelle put "safeguards" in place to avoid any more inappropriate behavior between siblings.

Siblings of the opposite sex are not allowed to be alone together, play hide-and-seek together, babysit one another, and even sit on each other's laps.

Joy-Anna Duggar accidentally broke this rule when cameras captured her hugging husband Austin Forsyth after accepting his proposal.

"We're humans and sometimes we don't always abide perfectly by our rules," Austin said during the reunion special. That was a real hard try." (Photo Credit: Instagram) Although the Duggars aren't allowed to hug or hold hands during the courting process, once they're married they're expected to have sex — and lots of it.

Because of that, not only do the Duggar kids not listen to modern music, you won't find them twerking to it anytime soon, either.

"I don’t think it’s necessarily a rule," Jill clarified during an episode of .

Jana Duggar, who's unmarried, still isn't allowed to post on Facebook or Instagram — and she's 27! When out on a date during a courtship, they must always bring along either an older sibling or a parent.

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