Candace Cameron Bure, known for her role as D.J. Tanner on Full House, spoke out about cancel culture after her comments on “traditional marriages” stir a major backlash.

Last year, Bure took the position of chief creative officer for the Great American Family cable channel, where she will produce her own titles under the “Candace Cameron Bure Presents” banner, leaving the Hallmark Channel where she had previously worked.

Bure said in a Wall Street Journal interview, these movies will focus on keeping “traditional marriage at the core” and promoting “faith programming and good family entertainment.”

This take on Christmas movies goes against the slowly-growing diversity of Hallmark’s newest movies.

Last year, Hallmark produced its first same-sex couple Christmas movie and plans to continue doing so.

In response to Bure’s comment, several stars decided to leave the network, such as Neal Bledsoe.

Just last week Bure was interviewed on the Unapologetic podcast to talk about facing cancel culture thanks to her comments.

“Cancel culture is real and it is difficult and it’s hard,” she said. “When you’re leading your own actions – you’re not just talking the talk but have to walk the walk, and when the truth comes with love and kindness and respect, it goes a whole lot further.”

Bure continued to talk about media attention. “I am a devoted Christian,” she said. “This means that I believe that every human being bears the image of God. Because of that, I am called to love all people, and I do. If you know me, you know that I am a person who loves fiercely and indiscriminately.”

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