Candace Cameron Bure recently came under fire for expressing her intimate life with her husband. As TV Shows Ace previously reported, the Fuller House star had the talk with her three kids. She doesn’t care what people think. The steadfast Christian wants to feel comfortable with her own sexuality.
And the actress wants her children to feel comfortable as well. Candace says it’s important to talk about intimacy. She makes sure to do so on a regular basis. The Hallmark Channel actress spoke with Entertainment Tonight about how her husband and kids really feel when she gets candid about intimacy.
Candace Cameron Bure talks about intimacy
Keeping it real. The former child star wants to make sure that her kids feel comfortable coming to her about intimacy. Candace Cameron Bure continues to share her concepts. In her latest interview with ET, she revealed how she embraces intimacy with her husband in front of them.
“I’ve always been an open person when it comes to all that stuff and I’ve never publicly said it, but all my friends know that and my kids know that, and obviously, my husband knows that,” she told ET’s Katie Krause.
Candace and her husband, Val Bure, got backlash from her conservative Christian followers back in September. They were shocked when she shared a photo of her husband resting his hand on her breast. Some of her critics thought the photo was inappropriate for social media. As for her, she sees nothing wrong with it. In fact, the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries star wants to embrace that side of marriage.
“It’s hard to be married for a long time so I think that needs to be celebrated and celebrated more,” Candace explained. “We’re often, in the press, hearing of the stories that don’t work out and marriages that fail, so I was like, ‘Hey, have sex at the top when you’re married, let’s celebrate it, let’s have fun and flirt,’ and that’s it.”
This comes after Candace’s appearance on Confessions of a Crappy Cristian podcast. She got candid about intimacy in marriage. During her interview with ET, she feels that embracing intimacy is important for everyone who’s religious.
“Because yes, it’s something that’s very private, but there’s sometimes a disconnect when you’re told to hold off your sexuality but then all of a sudden become a sexual person within marriage,” she added.
Fuller House star talks to her kids about intimacy
Candace Cameron Bure wants to become better at talking about intimacy. She wants to eliminate the taboo or embarrassment that often comes with it.
“As a mom, I have already tried to have my influence with my kids to be like, ‘Dude, once you’re married have fun! This is the blessing of it and it’s great,'” she said.
Not only that, but Candace also wants to “just be more open to talking about it and all about our bodies and everything.” The Full House alum thinks education is important. While she’s open about her sexuality, her kids and husband are fine with it. She wants to make the conversation a celebration of love that helped cement her 24-year marriage.
“Keep flirting, keep having fun with one another,” Candace added. “I love it when my husband gets flirty with me and it feels good and I do the same back. I think that’s part of the secret – you gotta keep it fun.”
Candace’s new Hallmark holiday movie, If I Only Had Christmas, premieres Sunday, November 29 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark.
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