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Not to be confused with Love triangle or Threesome. For other uses see Ménage à trois (disambiguation)


Ménage à trois (French pronunciation: ​[menaʒ‿a tʁwɑ]) is a French term which originally described a domestic arrangement in which three people having sexual relations occupy the same household – the phrase literally translates as "household of three".

Historical instances

Some known historical examples of ménages à trois are:

See also

Sexuality portal

References

Notes
Further reading
  • Barbara Foster, Michael Foster, Letha Hadady. Three in Love: Ménages à trois from Ancient to Modern Times. ISBN 0-595-00807-0
  • Vicki Vantoch. The Threesome Handbook: A Practical Guide to sleeping with three. ISBN 1-56858-333-8
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