Candace Cameron Bure Discusses “Traditional Marriage” Comments Backlash After Culture Cancels Great American Family Move

Candace Cameron Bure is giving her thoughts on “cancel culture” months after she received backlash for moving from Hallmark to Great American Family.

The whole house Alum makes an appearance Unforgiving with Julia Jeffress Sadler podcast where he mentions that it is his Christian faith that has helped him navigate difficult times.

“Cancelling culture is real and it’s hard,” he said on the Feb. 8 podcast episode. “And it’s hard but listen, I just want to encourage you that you’re not alone and there are many of us and we’re always stronger together. And you’ve got to find your community and know God’s Word.”

Cameron Bure continued, “I think my biggest motivation is when you talk the talk, when you lead your actions, you don’t just talk the talk, you walk the walk, and when it comes to true love and kindness and respect it’s so much more. goes further.”

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the former scene Revealed in an interview with the co-host WSJ The reason he left Hallmark was “a change in leadership”. In addition, he said that the films he will produce for Great American Family will “maintain the traditional marriage.” The latter comment caused widespread backlash as many believed he was purposefully excluding same-sex couples.

Following the backlash, Cameron Bure addressed her comments on Instagram, saying, “It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think that I would intentionally want to upset and hurt someone. It saddens me that the media so often wants to divide us, even in Christmas movies. But, given the toxic climate in our culture now, I shouldn’t be surprised. We need Christmas more than ever.”

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