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Male-Male-Female Threesomes Most Popular With Youth

Dr Ryan Scoats is believed to be the first to receive a doctorate in threesomes, he has released a paper to shed light on what has become the social norm for the group activity.

“In 2009 I decided to undertake – what I believe to be – the world’s first PhD in threesomes. My own experiences made me interested in them, and I wanted to shed light on an area of sexual practice that hadn’t been studied before in any real detail,” Scoats explained in an interview with the BBC.

In his research, of British society, Scoats found that there was an underlining stigma of deviancy that surrounded threesomes, this included women who partook in the act were labelled as a slut, straight man who experimented in male-male-female (MMF) threesome were told they are in denial about their sexuality and couples having a threesome told it would ruin their relationship.

In the research, Scoats noted that younger people were more interested in having threesomes, with the stigma around the practice decreasing as sex between people of the same-sex became more socially acceptable.

Scoats also found that MMF threesomes to be the most popular, and considered more “normal” than female-female-male (FFM) threesomes.

“This is partly because it can be more difficult to find partners for an FFM than an MMF threesome. About one-quarter of the participants in my studies said they viewed MMFs as the norm for a threesome and about three-quarters of participants were open to them.”

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