Jodie Sweetin Doubles Down on LGBTQ+ Defense After Candace Cameron Bure’s ‘Traditional Marriage’ Comments

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Jodie Sweetin and Candace Cameron Bure. Faye's vision/covers; MediaPunch/Shutterstock
assert yourself. After Jodie Sweetin seemingly shadowed her Full House co-star Candace Cameron Bure for her alleged homophobic beliefs, the UnSweetined writer isn't backing down.
Sweetin, 40, reshared a social media message from Holly Robinson Peete, who advocates inclusivity, on Saturday November 26.
"There was a time when the words 'tradition' and 'traditional' were used to denigrate others... and to justify discriminatory laws as if it weren't 'traditional' for people to marry interracially," quoted by the 58 -year-olds Meet the Peetes graduate's Instagram, which was originally read on November 19 and which the former child star reposted on Saturday. "So when we hear the words 'traditional' marriage to describe a type of marriage, it belittles the love and commitment that many legally married people have for one another and triggers a time for many of us to reflect on it remember how the word 'tradition' was camouflaged into Christianity and we were basically being told that God does not want equality for all.
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Peete, who re-shared the social media message after a friend sent it to her, went on to note that society should "let love reign" and that "love is love."
The Merry & Bright actress and Peete are proud allies and are among stars who have publicly criticized Cameron Bure, 46, for her recent comments about holiday romance films.
"My heart wants to tell stories that have more meaning and purpose and depth," the Aurora Teagarden mystery actress told WSJ. Magazine on her decision to leave Hallmark for Great American Family in an interview published earlier this month. "I knew the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote faith programs and good family entertainment."
She added, "I think Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at its core."
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As the California native's comments quickly made headlines, Hilarie Burton and JoJo Siwa were among the stars who slammed Cameron Bure for her comments.
"You know I love you," Sweetin replied to the 19-year-old Dance Moms grad, who slammed Cameron Bure for allegedly "excluding" the LGBTQIA+ community in her films.
While the Make It Or Break It alum hasn't personally responded to Siwa and Sweetin's opposing view, she has issued a public apology. (Cameron Bure has since unfollowed her Fuller house sister on Instagram amid the drama. At the time of publication, Sweetin is still following her former co-star's account.)
"All who know me know without question that I have great love and affection for all people," the former View co-host wrote on Instagram on Nov. 16 to offend and hurt someone. It saddens me that the media often tries to divide us, even when it comes to a topic as comforting and happy as Christmas movies. But given the toxic climate in our culture right now, I shouldn't be surprised. We need Christmas more than ever.”
She continued, "To everyone reading this, regardless of race, creed, sexuality or political party, including those who have tried to bully me, I love you."
Candace Cameron Bure
American actress, producer, author and talk show panellist and Full House star
Jodie Sweetin
American actress and television personality

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