Reverse NTR is a fairly new subgenre in adult entertainment that’s blowing up so fast people keep googling to find out its meaning. The while many couples are into Netori, some are doing the exact opposite. If anything, some claim that such a practice, though considered to be taboo, helps strengthen their relationship. Let’s check out its definition without further ado:
What is reverse NTR?
As mentioned earlier, Reverse NTR is a slang word that’s used in adult entertainment, mostly erotica. The best definition of reverse ntr is when the main character (MC) of erotica (or romance story) has a lover stolen from them by another character. Whenever reverse ntr takes place, we’re usually taken to a roller-coaster of emotions about how they feel, which only makes the story a tad more interesting.
While reverse ntr is mostly found in erotica, it does happen so often in real life. But, since it’s a taboo subject, most people don’t like talking about it since it emasculates them, especially if they’re men. In most cases, reverse ntr usually happens because of a man venturing into a threesome only for the third party to turn out to be more attractive than the latter.
What are examples of reverse NTR?
The first example of reverse ntr is when a man in the story has a girlfriend. In the beginning, things are a bit rosy but as time goes, they always end up having issues. But in the middle of solving their issues, the girlfriend falls in love with another man and they end up hooking up. Then before the man realizes what’s happening, the other man steals his girl.
Another example is a woman who is in love with a man. At first, things look good and she never thinks they’ll ever break up. But with time, the man gets too comfortable and starts entertaining attention from other women. In the end, the woman’s man gets stolen and now we are left to experience the mixed emotions of the woman (the main character).
Reverse ntr can apply to gay couples as well and not just straight couples. As long as you get the point of view correctly, then you won’t have any problems identifying cases of reverse ntr. As long as the main character has their lover stolen from them by another minor character, then that’s an example of reverse ntr.
What is the origin of reverse NTR?
Before reverse ntr became a thing, we only had Netori. The term Netori means cuckold in Japanese. The term first became immensely popular courtesy of the anime section, for those of you who are familiar with different categories of the most popular adult entertainment sites.
With time, the term Netori found its way into literature – erotica to be specific. That’s when the questions were asked and answer needed to be found. One of those questions was that, if the main character steals their love interest from their man, then that makes the other character a cuckold (or Netori). What if the exact opposite happens? That’s how the term reverse ntr was coined.
What are the benefits of reverse NTR?
There’re quite a number of benefits associated with reverse ntr. As mentioned earlier, the main character (which could either be a man or a woman) may have their better half stolen from them by a minor character. The latter allows us to not only understand what he or she is going through but also enjoy the story.
When reserve ntr happens in real life, the person who’s had their better half stolen can work hard to ensure they’re bettering themselves. Another thing that one can do is find a better person who would see their value without any issues.
What if the person who’s had their lover stolen from them likes it? Yes, believe it or not, some people have reverse ntr as a fetish of their own. They derive a lot of pleasure from the pain and humiliation that comes with it. So, as weird as it may sound, people do love and all we can say is to each their own!
What’s the difference between verse NTR and Netori?
The difference between reverse ntr and Netori is as clear as day. But, for you to fully get it, we’ll need to compare their respective definitions side by side because not doing so can make things a tad challenging. So, let’s begin with Netori.
Netori is when the main character of a story (mostly erotica), steals their love interest from another character (most likely a minor character). Reverse ntr, on the other hand, is when the main character has their lover stolen from them by a minor character.
Simply put, it’s safe to say that reverse ntr is the exact opposite of Netori. Bear in mind that the main character can either be male or female (or queer).