In anime we have all kinds of characters, but have you heard of the anime trap? Traps are often used as comedy, very rarely have they ever pushed aside for their particular preference, and that’s great. Though trap is a kind of a rude term to describe those people who do not fit the gender stereotypes we are using it here since the word is well known among regular anime enjoyers.
So who are our favorite traps and reverse traps that always leave you guessing what is really under those clothes?
What are Anime Traps?
Anime traps traditionally refer to boys dressed as girls while reverse traps are girls that dress as boys. A person dressed as an alternate gender or a person who has crossed into another gender either emotionally or physically.
Why are there traps in anime?
The reason that anime creators implement “traps” is built around the idea that these franchises both encourage and punish their perverted (almost always chiefly male) fanbases.
What are anime traps called?
Otokonoko characters are referred to by Western anime fans as “traps”.
Here is the list of the top best and cute anime traps you might have fallen for.
1. Steins; Gate – Ruka Urushibara
2. Maria Holic – Mariya Shidou
3. Oregairu – Saika Totsuka
4. Baka & Test: Summon the Beasts – Hideyoshi Kinoshita
5. Himegoto – Hime Arikawa
6. Assassination Classroom – Nagisa Shiota
7. Uta No Prince-sama – Tsukimiya Ringo
8. HUNTER X HUNTER – Pitou
9. HUNTER X HUNTER – Kurapika
10. Naruto – Haku
11. HUNTER X HUNTER – Alluka Zoldyck
12. Re:Zero – Felix Argyle
13. Rurouni Kenshin – Honjo Kamatari
14. Genshiken Nidaime – Hato Kenjirou
15. MM! – Tarou Sado
16. Princess Jellyfish – Kuranosuke Koibuchi
17. Working!! – Souta Takanashi
18. Sword Art Online – Kazuto Kirigaya (Kirito)
19. Highschool DxD – Gasper Vladi
20. Haiyore! Nyaruko-san – Hasuta
21. Kaichou wa Maid-sama! – Aoi Hyoudou
22. Fruits Basket – Ritsu Sohma
23. Gatchaman Crowds – Load Galax
24. Phi Brain – Ana Gram
25. Tamako Market – Kaoru Hanase
26. Danganronpa – Chihiro Fujisaki
27. Hayate the Combat Butler! – Hayate Ayasaki
28. You’re Under Arrest – Aoi Futaba
29. Boku no Pico – Pico
30. Kochikame – Asato Ai
31. Grimoire Of Zero – Albus
32. Blend-S – Hideri Kanzaki
33. Horizon – Tetora Log
34. Sailor Moon SuperS – Fisheye