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Not exactly a fetish by itself (although for some it probably is), but tentacle sex/rape is a style enjoyed/not enjoyed by many. '''Tentacle ''' rape is a concept found in some horror hentai titles, where various tentacled creatures (usually fictional monsters) rape or otherwise penetrate women (or, less commonly, men).
Perhaps the first instance of tentacle porn is a woodcut of the ukiyo-e genre made around 1820 by the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai called [ The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife]. Tentacle rape genre was made popular by '''{{Producer2l|521|Toshio Maeda|前田俊夫}}''' in the late 80s with his hentai manga titles such as La Blue Girl and Urotsukidoji, both of which were later animated.
In general, a trap is a slang term for a transsexual or transvestite, can also be applied to a non-transvestite male who nevertheless passes as a girl. The latter part is what we define a trap to be in an anime. A '''trap ''' is basically a male who looks (and often acts) exactly like a girl. Note that women who look (and often act) exactly like guys are not traps, but reverse-traps and should not get this category added for anime that contain them.
''Examples: {{a|4594|Happiness!}}, {{a|658|Haitoku no Shoujo}}, {{a|5508|H2O: Footprints in the Sand}}''
Exclusive to hentai only. Obviously only applies to females. A '''virgin ''' is someone who yet hasn't had any sex (has not been penetrated, to be exact), but that's not enough for this category to be added. Add this category if a female loses her virginity and you'll know this either because she admits of being a virgin or admits of losing her virginity and/or there's blood coming out of her vagina.
''Examples: {{a|1711|Choubatsu Yobikou}}, {{a|1347|Shintaisou (Kari) The Animation: Yousei-tachi no Rondo}}, {{a|174|Ai Shimai: Futari no Kajitsu}}''
As it's hard to give a good definition to what exactly is a waitress costume, the profession comes into play - '''waitresses ''' are those who work at a restaurant/bar/cafe attending customers — supplying them with food and drink as requested. For ecchi shows, the waitress profession must play a big enough part in the overall setting.
''Examples: {{a|249|Pia Carrot e Youkoso!!}}, {{a|1986|Mune Kyun! Heartful Cafe}}, {{a|5364|Hitozuma Cosplay Kissa 2: Hitozuma LoveLove - Cosplay OVA}}''

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