When I began to consider this question I was a little unsure of how to get to a proper answer.

What it means to my family is that I am happy in what I am doing for a career. 
What it means to my friends is that I am happy in what I am doing for a career.
What it means to me is that FINALLY I am happy in what I am doing for a career.
Writing is something I have done all my life and I love it. It's just me.
Of course that makes no sense at all… I don't think it explains the motivation I have to write in this particular genre. So I thought back to WHY I write Gay Romantic Fiction specifically. 
If any of you read my blog from way back you will remember a post I made about Bromance. I can't even find it now… rofl… 
My first ever bromance (although I didn't realise it at the time) was a toss up between Battle Of The Planets and Famous Five (yes I know Dick and Julian were brothers). Then, still without realising, I moved on to various bromances up to where I first began writing, which was fan fiction for Battlestar Galactica (the original series), then of course onto the Jared/Jensen SPN stories.
What I like about bromances is what I want to write the most in my MM writing. The unselfish sacrifice, the strong men, the love that defies a label, the happy ever after. It makes me so mad when people imply that a gay man isn't allowed, or isn't capable of having, a happy ever after, or a romance, or even to experience an unselfish sacrifice made on their behalf.
So I guess what writing GLBTQ literature means to me is that it is in my heart to want to offer an escape from what people tell you that you can or can't have … if that makes sense…
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