When the masses of America see Romance it’s often labeled as Pride & Prejudice, EverAfter, Kate & Leopold, Cinderella, or some antiquated picturesque ideal of the Happily Ever After.
I do like these films, and yes it is romance, “Romance at its finest”, however, what about Interracial Romance, Minority Romance, LGBT, or any other Romance where it isn't just two straight Caucasian people?
By the same token, the dictionary defines
Romance as; A romantic spirit, sentiment, emotion, or desire. It defines Love as; a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person. A feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend.
It also defines Love as; sweetheart.
Yet, in each of these descriptions, I did not see once where Color, Race, Creed, or Sexual Orientation came into play.
Moreover, Love is Love, as the marvelously talented Boy George once said; and I believe he is completely and totally on point.
I feel like whether you're a Caucasian guy who has a thang for Sustahs, a Japanese guy who has love for Latinas, a Mexican guy who just can't get enough of Arab women, or an African- American guy who just loves him some Caucasian women.
Who Cares, as long as "you do you" and you feel comfortable in your own skin. True love sees no color lines, is pure in its true st form; and is only tainted when narrow-minded haters infiltrate it and make it something it is not.
My ideal of love, includes er' body!
A Gorgeous Hot Yummy is just that.