different views. Danica McKellar He starred opposite Neil Bledsoe in three movies, but she wouldn’t approve of his decision to stop working with Great American Family after that Candace Cameron BureControversial comments.
“Neil is an amazing person. He’s an amazing actor, and I’ve had so much fun working with him. He and I share our love and support [the] The LGBT community, for sure.” marvel years Alum, 47, told Fox News Digital in an interview on Saturday, Dec. 10. “You know, I don’t agree with his interpretation of her comments. I just didn’t see them the same way.”
Bledsoe, 41, left the network after telling Cameron Bure Wall Street Journal. magazine in November about the network’s plans to focus on heterosexual couples. “I believe the great American family will keep traditional marriage at its core,” she told the outlet.
In the same interview, CEO of Great American Media Bill Abbott They said they were “aware of the trends” in 2022 but confirmed they had no plans to include same-sex romances.
Bledsoe went public earlier this month, explaining that the LGBTQIA+ community has had a huge impact on his life. “As someone who struggled as a young man with our society’s very narrow definition of manhood, it was their community that provided me with refuge and a guiding light when I felt lost in my life,” the Toronto-born actor said in part. Lengthy statement to Variety on Monday, December 5. And now, if I can’t stand up for this community in their time of need, my debt to them means nothing. So, I want to be very clear: my support for the LGBTQIA+ community is unconditional — nothing is worth my silence or their ability to live and love freely in a world we’re fortunate to have. enough to share with them.
He continued, “Everyone is entitled to their beliefs, and these are mine: The recent comments made by the leadership in the Great American Family are hurtful, wrong, and reflect an ideology that prioritizes judgment over love,” Bledsoe said, in part, in a lengthy statement to Variety on Monday, December 5. “I was raised as a Christian, and I believe in the core message of love and forgiveness. However, I can never forgive myself for continuing my relationship with a network that actively chooses to exclude the LGBTQIA+ community.”
McKellar – who played in the month of November Christmas at the Drive-In With Bledsoe – defend Bure’s comments. “When she was talking about the portrayal of heterosexual couples in films, she started the sentence with ‘I believe,’ which is not definitive, and ended it with ‘in essence,’ which does not mean exclusive,” said the actress. “But I love [Bledsoe] To death I wish him well.”
After WSJ’s initial interview made headlines, Cameron Bure, 46, responded to the backlash with a lengthy statement shared via Instagram. Everyone who knows me knows beyond any doubt that I have great love and affection for all people. Full house alum wrote. “It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone might think that I intentionally want to offend and harm anyone. … I am a devoted Christian. Which means I believe that every human being bears the image of God. For this reason, I am called to love all people, and I As well. If you know me, you know that I am a person who loves fiercely and indiscriminately.”
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