Candace Cameron-Bure is a mother, a wife, DJ Tanner, sister in Christ, and a Republican, but maybe not a Trump Republican (she’ll just have to pray on that). The point, however, is this: Candace Cameron Bure likes it when her husband of 24 years, former hockey player Valeri Bure, grabs her boob. There is nothing wrong with that! A good boob-grab knows no bounds, and cannot be constrained by religion. Candace and her husband have been married for nearly a quarter of a century, and if they want to pose for an Instagram photo on a bridge against a scenic backdrop while Val goes to second base, she shouldn’t have to apologize.
Except that a lot of her Christian followers think that she should apologize for posting the photo to Instagram because some of those pearl clutchers haven’t yet discovered all the other fun things that can be done with those pearls. Here’s the photo in question:
Oh wait, sorry. That’s her brother at the most depressing birthday party in the history of mankind (and that was pre-COVID). Here’s the photo:
I mean, let’s be honest: That’s less of a boob-grab and more of a Dad Joke. But either way, Candace should not have to apologize for what two consensual Christians do in the privacy of their own scenic backyard for the benefit of 4.4 million Instagram followers!
In fact, Candace gave those who objected a good old-fashioned what for!
“For all of the Christians that are questioning my post with my husband’s hand on my boob — my husband of 24 years — thinking it was inappropriate, it makes me laugh because it’s my husband. We have so much fun together…
“He can touch me any time he wants, and I hope he does. This is what a healthy, good marriage and relationship is all about…I’m sorry if it offended you — I’m actually not sorry. I’m glad we have fun together after so many years. He can touch me all day long.”
Honestly, my favorite thing about the boob-grab and Candace Cameron publicly stating that “he can touch me all day long” are not the Christians that it offends, but the red-hot humiliation that their teenage children must be feeling. “MOM! Can you PLEASE stop talking about your ‘healthy, good marriage’ in front of my friends!”
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