Hannah Brown's Faith Called Into Question After Yet Another Sex Confession

Hannah Brown Peter

Welp. As far as this season of The Bachelorette goes, if no other words can be used to describe it, let's just say it's really, really entertaining. Between the insane drama that went down between Hannah Brown and Luke P. and her bold declaration -- "I've had sex and Jesus still loves me!" -- in a windmill, for that matter -- it's pretty safe to say that anything goes this time around. But then on part one of last night's Bachelorette finale, we found out that Hannah had sex with Peter in that windmill not two but four times -- and of course the steamy confession is getting mixed reactions.

  • Many people are applauding Hannah for not being shy about getting it on.

    After all, it's not like we're living in a day and time when getting busy between the sheets (or in pretty much any location) is frowned upon, so it's really not that big of a shocker that Hannah gave in to her primal urges. (Um, have you seen Peter? Duh.)

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  • On top of that, Hannah also isn't afraid to say whatever is on her mind.

    Best. Bachelorette. Moment. EVER.

  • Actually ... just kidding. THIS may have been the best moment EVER.

    But although plenty of fans, including Peter's parents, may have been cheering for Hannah after she let the cat out of the bag, there are others who are questioning her faith this morning, in particular, her relationship with Jesus.

  • Bring on the judgment ...

    Trash? That's a little harsh, no?

  • Some people appear to be deeply affected by Hannah's admission.

    Wow. Tell us how you really feel, Jeannie.

  • This dude went with the whole "sinner" theme.

    Even though it is a little surprising that Hannah was able to sit next to a man she was intimate with and clearly had deep feelings for and laugh about their encounters like it was no big deal, does she really deserve all of this judgment?

  • Others are flat-out questioning her faith.

  • And although everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, can't we give this girl a break already?

    Honestly, it wouldn't have mattered how much she did or did not disclose this season -- she still would've been torn apart for it. If she had declared herself to be a woman who is "saving herself for marriage," she would've been slammed for being a prude. And instead of people calling her faith in Jesus into question, she would've been mocked for her beliefs. 

    It really boils down to the whole "damned if you do, damned if you don't" thing that pretty much anyone who chooses to put it all out there on a reality TV show winds up going through.

    Hannah would've been judged no matter what she did or said, so more power to her for staying true to herself and not giving a rat's ass what anyone thinks.

  • On that note, I'll just go ahead and leave this right here. 

    You do you, girl.