Buddha said the difference between like and love is if you'd like a flower, you would pick it, but if you love a flower, you would water it every day.
The Buddha's quote on the difference between liking and loving a flower can also be applied to the concept of love is love in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Like with a flower, when we genuinely love someone, their gender identity or sexual orientation doesn't matter. What matters is the deep connection we feel with them and our willingness to care for and protect them.
Love is love means that love knows no boundaries and should be celebrated in all its forms. It's a reminder that everyone deserves to love and be loved, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. When we truly love someone, we accept and celebrate them for who they are without judgment or discrimination.
The 2SLGBTQIA+ community has fought tirelessly for the right to love and be loved openly and without fear of discrimination. Love is love is a powerful statement that reinforces the idea that everyone deserves to love and be loved, no matter who they are or who they love.