Sex advice columnist and political pundit Dan Savage earned a place in the linguistics hall of fame in 2003 by single-handedly turning the last name of his arch-nemesis, Rick Santorum, into an unfortunate neologism in response to the then-Pennsylvania senator's comparison of gay people to people who have sex with animals. And now Savage wants to do the same for the entire Duggar clan, the reality-TV family embroiled in molestation scandals, coverups and accusations of hypocrisy.

Savage tweeted to his followers on Tuesday.

The Duggars are members of the Quiverfull church, a conservative Protestant sect (hence the word "fundy," i.e., "fundamentalist") that doesn't believe in contraception and believes that having a lot of children means building an "army" for God.

Stars of TLC's controversial show "19 Kids and Counting," they have received an onslaught of criticism since it was reported by Radar last Tuesday that when Joe Bob and Michelle Duggar's son Josh Duggar, now 27, was 14, he molested at least five girls, some of whom were his sisters.

Josh has since quit his job at the Family Research Council, a conservative religious lobbying group, and it's been reported that his investigation report was destroyed by the Arkansas police. TLC pulled the show off the air indefinitely -- but it hasn't been cancelled.

Gawker unearthed a statement made in 2002 by then-U.S. Senate candidate Joe Bob Duggar that “rape and incest represent heinous crimes and as such should be treated as capital crimes," and Michelle Duggar's claim that transgender people were "child predators" resurfaced amid Josh and the family's admission he molested girls, including his sisters.

Media pundits have had a field day criticizing TLC for its lowbrow shows, of which "19 Kids and Counting" might be the nadir, but perhaps nothing could be more damning than a Savage neologism that sticks. Especially since Google won't scrub the definition, no matter how obscene it turns out to be.