Romance DOES give women unrealistic expectations of men. Men in romance novels don't spend a good chunk of their day watching women get brutalized in porn. They don't hang around subreddits like r/PussyPassDenied and follow twitter accounts like women posting their Ls, that gleefully revel in women's humiliation. They don't worship men like Andrew Tate and Jordan Peterson who wax nonstop about how everything wrong with Western society can be traced back to women having rights. They don't form paraphilias around grossly oversexualized/underage anime girls leaving them with nothing but contempt for any woman who fails to live up to their standards.
Honestly, in my opinion, every romance novel marketed at teens should be prefaced with a big fat disclaimer warning their audience that men like Prince Charming don't exist beyond words written by women and to not forget that in the midst of one of the most intense backlash periods against women's rights, misogyny is at a fever pitch amongst real ones.