M/M/F

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The term M/M/F is used in romance novels and erotica to designate a story focusing on a polyamorous romantic or sexual relationship between two men and a woman. The designation of M/M/F is distinct from the similar designation M/F/M because M/M/F is usually used to denote a story in which the two men (typically bisexual or Gay For You) have a romantic or sexual relationship with each other in addition to the woman, whereas the term M/F/M is used to denote a story in which two men each have a romantic or sexual relationship with the same woman, but not with each other.


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