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Candace Cameron Bure's tits are once again in the press (now THAT'S something I never expected to say about CCB)! Cameron Bure is still being haunted by a pic she posted in early September, where her husband of 24 years playfully grabbed her boob.
The Christian Karens clutched their pearls, doused their eyes in holy water, and eventually passed out from the "overly sexual image." When they came-to, they hopped on Instagram and slammed her for posting the pic. Candace hopped on Insta-Stories and addressed the scandal, pretty much laughing at the offended Christians. She even said, "sorry not sorry."
In a recent podcast, she addressed the boob scandal, and why she took offense to her Christian peers being so offended:
"I’ve been married for 24 years. I’m a Christian, my husband’s a Christian and I’m really proud that we’ve managed to stay married for 24 years. And the fact that we have fun and we flirt together, this is part of what makes our marriage work. This is something to be celebrated as a Christian.
Sex doesn’t stop once you get married. Sex is the blessing of marriage and I hate when Christians are like, no, you have to pretend like you’ve never had sex, and we only know that you’ve had sex three times because you’ve had three children. If we are to promise ourselves for one another and preach saving yourself for marriage, then sex needs to be celebrated within marriage."
Candace Cameron Bure revealed that it took her a long time to be comfortable with her sexuality, along with having sex with her husband.
"I lived in such a fear of 'Oh my gosh, I'm not supposed to be a sexual person, because I have to save myself. God is going to think negatively of me if I'm having sex or doing things or fooling around. There was such a shame culture on it that when I got married, I was like, I don’t know how to adjust my brain.
For so many times, especially in the beginning, but for a few years, I would have sex with my husband thinking like, ‘Oh my gosh, is God looking at me and like is this bad?' It’s very difficult to flip that switch. And it has taken years to work through it and then understand it and enjoy it and then embrace it. Now I embrace it so much that my kids are like, 'Mom, please stop talking about sex. Please stop.'"
She lived in fear of her sexuality. I can see that happening with anyone being brought up as a conservative Christian. You are brainwashed to think that sex is between one man, and one woman, IN marriage. Anything sexual outside of marriage, or with a member of the same sex, is evil and forbidden. That would scare anyone.
With how religious Candace and Val are, I can see how sex can be awkward at first. I am assuming both Candace and Val were virgins when they got married. They were engaging in an activity that changes things. It's hard to turn off that voice that says "you should be ashamed of yourself, doing that in front of God."
That's solid brainwashy behavior.
Additionally, I can understand being so comfortable in your sexuality that you want to share it with everyone. However, there are boundaries when it comes to kids (even adult kids). You don't continuously discuss sexuality with your kids, without them wanting to jump off a building.
When I saw the boob pic, I wasn't offended by it. I thought it was silly. I also thought about what her kids were thinking when they saw it. I could feel their embarrassment all the way from the east coast.
I really hope the Christian Karens can finally put this boobgate to bed (RAWR!). It's really stupid.
In closing: IT'S A FUCKING BOOB! It's not like we saw ball sack or snatch or anything. She had clothes on, and no nipples were being pinched. Nothing to see here, folks. Move TF on!
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