Coming Out Of The Closet: MM Genre Helping Break Stereotypes

Story writing and MM Romance

LGBTQ stories are hardly a new trend in story writing – particularly those related to romance.

Nowadays, the most popular and lucrative stories feature a romance between male protagonists. These stories make up a sub-genre called M/M (male/male) romance.

All You Need To Know About MM Romance

For those who are unaware, M/M romance is “fiction with an intimate relationship between two (or more) men at its center as the main focus of the plot”.

People tend to confuse it with gay romance, but the two genres are significantly different.

M/M romance books are based on a central love story with an emotional and optimistic ending like the ones written by J.K. Jones.

The Rising Popularity of MM Genre

The popularity of M/M romance is rising steadily as more and more types of queer stories are being told, as opposed to a few years ago when there were hardly any books on this genre.


Stories like J.K. Jones’ Weeps Indigo and Years of Silence have added immense value to this subgenre and have actually empowered MM queer and LGBTQ people in a sense that they can come out of their closet to accept their sexuality as it is.


Many famous publishers and websites are now looking to add more MM genre books in their collections and even MM genre authors are now coming out with stories more often than before.


J.K. Jones is all set to release her new book based on this genre very soon.


Brace yourself for the amazing page-turner that’s about to hit the market!

1 thought on “Coming Out Of The Closet: MM Genre Helping Break Stereotypes”

  1. Coming out of the closet, often shortened to coming out, is a metaphor used to describe LGBT people’s self-disclosure of their sexual orientation or their gender identity.

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