Little People's Audrey Roloff ripped for saying she 'doesn't agree' with gay marriage in resurfaced post

AUDREY Roloff has been slammed for saying she "doesn't agree" with gay marriage.

In a resurfaced post from 2016, the Little People, Big World star said her blog with husband, Jeremy, does not cater to people in same-sex marriages.

Audrey, 29, wrote: "We are not claiming to be a resource for same-sex marriages. It's not something we agree with.

"Know that our content is not written to same-sex marriages, so to say that we don't offer advice for that side is accurate."

The TLC star went on to say that she would still encourage LGBTQ people to read their blog.

"However, we would invite same-sex marriages to read our content, and would hope that they wouldn't see our blog for what it is against, but rather what it is for," she wrote.

Audrey went on: "For us, we are FOR opposite sex marriages that are striving to give more than average to their marriages.

"To live out the covenant of marriage every day and to center their marriage around Christ."

The old comment was found and shared on Instagram by vlogger, Katie Joy, and sparked outraged backlash among LBPW fans.

"Imagine thinking it's your right to 'not agree with' someone else's sexual orientation," one viewer wrote.

"We are FOR bigotry and exclusion," another added.

A third raged: "We don’t support you at all but go ahead and buy our stuff so we can still make money off you wooooow."

Audrey's comment had appeared on her blog post in 2016 and appeared to have been removed at the time after fans complained.

The reality star married Jeremy in 2014 and they have two kids together – son Bode, one, and daughter Ember, three.

Audrey also faced criticism when she said she was "confused" as to why YouTube star James Charles had been announced as makeup brand CoverGirl's first CoverBoy.

She stood by her 2016 post, saying she has "an issue with the brand's message".

Meanwhile, her husband Jeremy was slammed for retweeting an article from ultra-conservative outlet The Blaze, which claimed that gay groups were trying to destroy churches.

"The first arrow has been shot. Here is an interesting article concerning the beginning of the war," he wrote.

Audrey and Jeremy have also clashed with his brother, Jacob, a political activist who slammed their "empty" posts about Black Lives Matter.

After Audrey shared a video about BLM and unity last year, Jeremy fumed: "Things like this are very, very bad.

"White people with moneyed cameras and moneyed families using black music, black message, black faces, to spread police propaganda and white Christian voices while contributing nothing to the movement, no call to donation, no call to action; only empty gestures and fancy platitudes."

He added: "This is not activism!"

Audrey later said she felt like she had "weathered a shame storm".

Last year, Jacob also said that he feels embarrassed being related to people who support President Trump.

It would appear to be a direct reference to Jeremy and Audrey, who has previously blogged about her support for Trump.

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