Romance vs Sex

My JBQ does not know what “being romantic” means. He had to look it up on google to find out some not-so-accurate definition of the word and then he was telling ME that I don’t have the definition right. JBQ thinks that “being romantic” is about sex, while it is not. Not necessarily anyway.

Being romantic‘ means being affectionate, being soft, showing that your partner is your whole world, making small gifts (e.g. flowers), sharing a beautiful moment with your partner (e.g. looking over at the moonlight, hand in hand) etc. There is no sex in the process, not at that point at least. It might LEAD to sex, but being romantic is not about sex. It’s about emotions and how you show them.

I am writing this so some baffoons like my husband might be reading this blog and learn a thing or two, as it’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow and might become handy to them. You never know. 😉

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