Threesome (disambiguation)

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A threesome is sexual activity involving three people.

Threesome sexual activity that involves three people at the same time

In human sexuality, a threesome is sexual activity that involves three people at the same time. Threesome can also refer to a love triangle, a three-way romantic relationship. Though threesome is most commonly applied to a casual sexual activity involving sexual activity among three participants, a threesome may also be found in a long-term domestic relationship, such as polyamory or a ménage à trois.

Threesome may also refer to:

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<i>Ménage à trois</i> Romantic relationship with three partners

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