Reality TV sensation Jinger Duggar Vuolo isn't the only Duggar to drop her skirt. Jill Duggar Dillard is slacking off the family dress-only dress code by wearing pants. Is this Jill's silent protest to TLC, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar and maybe the entire Duggar Family for slighting Derick Dillard [VIDEO] after his transgender tirade? Fans of "19 Kids and Counting" wonder.

TLC outs Derick Dillard over transgender teen

The unemployed husband of Jill Dillard was kicked off the Duggars' reality television show "Counting On" for shaming Jazz Jennings. TLC features the 14-year-old in "I Am Jazz" which Dillard called an unrealistic reality TV show that violated God's laws.

The dad of two objects on Biblical grounds to LGBT, especially kids who identify as gay, lesbian and transgender. The ex-star of "19 Kids and Counting [VIDEO]" cried religious persecution, claiming he was just expressing his opinion.

Duggar family shuns Dillards?

Derick Dillard was shamed and applauded for his Twitter remarks to Jazz. Some felt TLC was unfairly blackballing him. Others accused Derick of homophobia. None of the "19 Kids and Counting" clan addressed TLC's firing of Derick from "Counting On." On Facebook, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar rarely mention Derick or Jill Dillard [VIDEO] or the kids. Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo, Ben and Jessa Duggar Seewald, Joe Duggar and Kendra Caldwell and even molester Josh Duggar and his wife Anna are frequently featured.

Jill Duggar Dillard chooses her moment

The Duggars are adamant about women wearing skirts or dresses.

After marriage, Jinger gave up the habit. Jeremy Vuolo proudly flaunted pictures of his wife in skinny jeans and skin-tight pants and leggings. Unmarried Jana Duggar dutifully wears dresses so maybe pants a perk of marriage for the "19 Kids and Counting?" Yet, married Jessa Seewald, Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth, and Anna Duggar still sport skirts. Jill began wearing pants after "Counting On" cut ties and the Duggars seemed to.

Jill Duggar in silent protest?

When NFL player Colin Kaepernick "took a knee" during the national anthem to show support that #BlackLivesMatter it got folks thinking about mute protests. Is dropping the skirt Jill's version of "take a knee"? It's unlikely that the conservative right-wing "19 Kids and Counting" Celebrities would emulate this act of rebellion. Derick Dillard is adamantly against anything "liberal." But his reality TV wife could be showing silent solidarity with her Twitter warring husband in "civil disobedience" to her "Counting On" Duggar family.