Support for a petition calling on TLC to cancel 19 Kids and Counting over its stars' opposition to gay rights has skyrocketed in the past two days.

Nearly 141,000 people as of Friday night had signed Jim Wissick's petition, 134,000 in the last two days alone after E! Online highlighted the effort.

The reality show focuses on Christians Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, who have 19 children, all of whose names begin with the letter “J.” The Duggars live in Tontitown, Arkansas.

Over the summer, Michelle Duggar unsuccessfully lobbied against passage of an LGBT-inclusive anti-discrimination ordinance in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She warned in a robocall that the ordinance would allow men to enter public restrooms and sexually assault women and children.

“I don’t believe the citizens of Fayetteville would want males with past child predator convictions that claim they are female to have a legal right to enter private areas that are reserved for women and girls,” Michelle Duggar said.

“The Duggars have been using their fame to promote discrimination, hate and fear-mongering against gays and transgender people,” Wissick's petition reads. “You need to take a stand on the side of justice and cancel their show.”

According to Wissick, the Duggars are behind an effort to repeal the ordinance.

“The Duggars have thrown massive amounts of money to repeal this law so business owners and landlords can evict and fire people solely over gender identity and sexual orientation. They need to be taken off the air!”

More recently, Jim Bob and Michelle asked “all married couples” on Facebook to share photos of themselves kissing. When same-sex couples responded, most of their images were deleted.

John Becker, editor in chief of The Bilerico Project, said that his entry was deleted and he was banned from the Duggar family page.

“[T]he whole episode says something about them and their gay panic-saturated worldview,” Becker told The Advocate.