I know Valentine’s Day is over. I also know it was one of those days where some men were willing to tolerate watching romance movies/chick flicks in order to get romantic with their special someone. I have no issue with that. Whatever anyone can do to make things romantic with their lover, I’m generally for.
For me, however, chick flicks aren’t just for Valentine’s Day. Cheesy romance stories aren’t just for getting a prospective lover’s attention. I’ve already said it before, but I’ll say it again and without shame.
I love chick flicks.
I love romance movies, in general.
I’m also a straight man who loves football, comics, and video games. I understand that’s a strange combination. I also don’t deny that there were times when I was genuinely embarrassed by my love of romance. I feel like there’s still a taboo for straight men who enjoy romance, but it has gotten better in recent years. I hope things continue to improve.
The idea of enjoying a good chick flick when it’s not Valentine’s Day is part of that improvement. I encourage anyone, regardless of gender or preferences, to explore the genre. Search Netflix, Hulu, or whatever streaming service you happen to have for a quality romance movie. You might be surprised by how much you enjoy them.
Not every romance movie will have the same effect. In fact, I would argue that romance movies are notoriously hit or miss with much more misses than most. However, when they do hit, they hit you in a way that gives you that warm and fuzzy feeling in the best possible way. No matter your gender, it’s a great feeling.
Valentine’s Day may be over, but quality romance can and should be enjoyed all year round. Here are some Sexy Sunday Thoughts to help inspire your inner romantic. Enjoy!
“Kids who don’t learn to share grow into adults who skip foreplay.”
“Loneliness is basically depression combined with anti-horniness.”
“A love song is basically poetry that’s trying to get laid.”
“No man ever learns how to politely ask for a blowjob and too few even try to learn.”
“Sophistication is just a fancy way of telling someone you can afford to pay for their kinks.”
“If it gets you laid somehow, then you can’t call it a waste of time.”
“If kids are the future, then does that make orgasms the prologue?”