Add More Men

By C. Margery Kempe

I just finished the third installment in the Man City ménage series and this time it’s all male! It’s also a Christmassy theme, by request from my publisher. It will be out November 22, 2013. Of course the first words if the story are the main character Martin thinking, I hate Christmas!

Do you like M/M? Or in this case, M/M/M? Who would you want to picture together?

I figured since I’m in the manly mood, I should give the Friday Fun over to sexy men. So here’s a few: who would you add?






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  • Elizabeth Shore
    October 4, 2013 at 9:12 am

    Oooh. Is it hot in here? Somebody get me a fan, quick! Or maybe a cool glass of Lipton iced tea. 🙂

    What a delicious way to start the day, Margery! It’s funny, I haven’t thought about that fight scene in Eastern Promises for awhile now, but is it ever awesome! And I’d never seen many of the others, including the iced tea ad. Great!

  • Elizabeth Shore
    October 4, 2013 at 9:14 am

    And by the way, M/M scenes? They’re Mmmmmm. 🙂

  • LizEverly
    October 4, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    What a sizzling post! Really love the hottest men in Bollywood! Fanning myself!

  • C. Margery Kempe
    October 10, 2013 at 4:42 am

    Reblogged this on C. Margery Kempe and commented:

    Kind of speaks for itself!

  • Kemberlee Shortland
    October 10, 2013 at 5:02 am

    I love that Hugh Jackman commercial. I’ve seen him in interviews and he seems to have a very fun personality. Shows in the commercial . . . if that’s possible?

    As for M/M erotica for women . . . I don’t usually read it, but I wonder what the attraction is for men who enjoy reading men on men sex. Is it a similar thing to men reading F/F sex? Curious mode switched on.

    • C. Margery Kempe
      October 10, 2013 at 8:30 am

      Most men who read M/M are gay. But yeah, women read M/M for the same reason men read F/F — more of what you love to see! I’ve actually written about this over at Teach Me Tonight, where I mention Joanna Russ’ study of slash fiction back in the 80s, too often overlooked.

      • Kemberlee Shortland
        October 10, 2013 at 8:43 am

        I was referring to the comment about M/M erotica being written by women for women. And I wonder what gay men think about straight women enjoying M/M erotica and romance.

        Excellent article at TMT!

  • C. Margery Kempe
    October 10, 2013 at 8:50 am

    Opinions vary: some think that slash romance fetishises LGBT and is exploitive; some think it’s not a problem, but not of much interest; some read it. But I think there’s little doubt that a lot of M/M is written as fantasy for het women.


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