Kody Brown is a proud preacher and practitioner of polygamy. So he has been doing Sister Wives for over a decade. So it’s unlikely that he sees it as an illogical thing.
However, there has been a stigma around polygamous marriages. And it’s no wonder that there are plenty of reasons not to accept the rules and conditions of polygamy. Netflix’s Keep Sweet: Obey and Pray reveals the devastation and abuse women go through. It deals with the Warren Jeff sexual assault case and much more.
’Sister Wives’: Kody Defends Polygamy!
When “Sister Wives” aired in 2010, a lot of people were outraged and didn’t like the show. Kody, however, was convinced that she was telling the world how plural marriage is just like any other marriage. He insisted that it is normal and should be accepted.
In the meantime, the patriarch struggled with his relationships and now we know how they are going. What’s more, Warren Jeffs has become the latest dark villain in a Netflix documentary series. As a result, people have started commenting back on the same things they used to. Even more, TLC viewers wanted to know how the Brown family feels about the FLDS church and Warren Jeffs.
Well, Kody Brown has answered that question in her memoir Becoming Sister Wives: The Story of an Unconventional Marriage”. According to TheHollywoodLife, Kody Brown learned that the FLDS and the AUB church are very different. The family patriarch shares that there is a certain belief in celestial marriage. Therefore, the father of 18 children notes that FLDS practices have no place in his universe. He goes on to say that incest and spousal abuse are serious crimes in his faith and often lead to immediate legal action. Kody also claimed that he is against coming out as polygamist.
That is why “Sister Wives” was important and the patriarch wanted to condemn Warren Jeffs, the face of polygamy, for a long time. Papa Brown also stressed that he has always distanced himself from the negative connotations associated with child abuse, sexual abuse and religious oppression. Likewise, the truth star pointed out that the cover-up of FLDS led to the abuse of children and women.