I'm writing a story that is not a romance story, but does have a romantic subplot. I'm not a huge fan of romantic subplots, actually, because I feel that they can be too sloppily done or become corny WAY too easily. I do want to incorporate one into my story, though, because the way I want to do it would be interesting, I think. So, my question is: would it be too unconventional to have my two main characters, who are both male, fall in love? I don't even know if I want them to carry out a relationship of any kind, at all, even if there is some kind of physical attraction. I just want them to fall in love purely out of love for each other. But, I don't want to narrow my reader demographic (hypothetically, because I don't have readers,) either. I don't want to write LGBT fiction specifically- I would want it to be a story anyone could easily get into. It's not supposed to be a story of the romance genre, so a romantic side-story wouldn't really be the point of focus, I would hope. Any thoughts?