Candace Cameron Bure made feminist heads spin wildly this week while promoting her book, “Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose,” on “HuffPost Live.”

The 37-year-old actress has three children and has been married for 17 years. Here’s what she said about her relationship with her husband:

“I love that my man is a leader. I want him to lead and be the head of the family and those decisions, major decisions, do fall on him,” she told HuffPo Live. “It doesn’t mean I don’t voice my opinion. It doesn’t mean I don’t have an opinion. I absolutely do. But it is very difficult to have two heads of authority.”

The former “Full House” star wrote a book, “Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose,” and wrote, “I quickly learned that I had to find a way of honoring his take-charge personality and not get frustrated about his desire to have the final decision on just about everything. I am not a passive person, but I chose to fall into a more submissive role in our relationship because I wanted to do everything in my power to make my marriage and family work.”

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“The definition that I’m using with submissive is the biblical definition,” she explained. “It’s meekness. It is not weakness. It’s strength under control. It’s bridled strength.”

“Submissive” + “biblical” = riled up lefties, natch. Self-appointed authorities on how women should live their lives took to Twitter to explain why Bure is setting women back as much as “a billion years”:

Feminism and liberalism: all about choice, unless it’s the wrong choice.

https://twitter.com/believer5678/status/420700348425068545

Bingo. If it works for Bure and her family, then good for them.

Bure addressed critics with a fantastic photo-smackdown:

Nothing weak about this- people talk about what they don't understand.

A photo posted by Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) on

Rawr. You go, lady!

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