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jhncanson

Netorare is the same as cuckold right? or is there a slight difference between the two?

From what i understand netorare is someone being taken away from you but from my perspective its more or less the same as cuckolding.

Anyways, my question is this, is there any Netori stories here, i don't think there's any japanese related tags here, i've been reading cheating stories for its plot(sometimes cheating stories have more plot than any other stories).

Netori is just the same as Netorare but the difference is that its the opposite, instead of having someone take away your significant other, netori is having the mc take someone else's significant other away.

There are stories that have netori elements in them especially erotica with protagonists that are literally built like a bull, but sometimes stories like this has many chapters but each chapter is a new woman therefore there isnt much of substance in each conquest.

P.S. i purposely named the subject vaguely as i know anything to do with ntr will repulse most people.

Btw, i have a question, there are alot of cuckold stories here, i don't know if people have fetish of being cuckolded, but if you ask me, i find it hot but only if it was me cuckolding someone, else my pride wouldn't let me enjoy it.

Ernest Bywater
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@jhncanson

I don't know what this Netorare is, but below is the link to the page with all the SoL tags, as they stand today.

As to the Japanese names for many sexual things they do in their Anime and Manga, they use the Japanese names and SoL uses the English equivalent, so just translate the Japanese term into English and look for or use that. From what you say, Netorare could come under seduction, cheating, cuckold, or a dozen other codes, depending on how it's done - even mind control

http://storiesonline.net/docs/code_faq.php

edit to add: a category search shows 908 stories tag as cuckold and 4,560 tagged as cheating.

Dominions Son

@jhncanson

Based on how you describe Netorare, I would say it is a bit different than cuckold.

First, cuckold is gender specific the victim is always a male. Female victim would be Cuckquean.

Also, while the terms cuckold and cuckquean have a history just referencing a person with an adulterous spouse, as a sexual fetish, they refer to a practice of making the victim watch the cheating spouses sexual acts.

It doesn't sound like this latter aspect of cuckolding is part of netorare from your description.

tppm

My original understanding was that cuckoldry, derived from coo coo, had at least as much to do with the results of the encounter as the encounter itself, to wit, a man raising another man's children, got on his wife, as a coo coo will leave it's egg in another bird's nest.

Replies:   Grant  Crumbly Writer
Grant

@tppm

cuckoldry, derived from coo coo

coo coo as in Cuckoo?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuckoo

Replies:   tppm
tppm

@Grant

coo coo as in Cuckoo?


Yeah, I couldn't find the right spelling.

Crumbly Writer

@tppm

My original understanding was that cuckoldry, derived from coo coo, had at least as much to do with the results of the encounter as the encounter itself, to wit, a man raising another man's children, got on his wife, as a coo coo will leave it's egg in another bird's nest.

The Times did a recent study, where they analyzed discrepancies in family's DNA over time, and they decided that the long-standing rumors of 'the mailman's baby' (children being fathered by someone else) have been wildly overblown for centuries. It might be a common fear, but it rarely results in mix-matched paternity (notable exceptions notwithstanding).

@Grant

coo coo as in Cuckoo?

That's (partially) the name of my next story, "The Cuckoo's Progeny". It's in the final stages of editing, but has nothing to do with cuckoldry (I originally wrote "duckoldry", which is an entirely different topic).

moredrowsy
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@jhncanson

I always thought cuckold was the women cheating and having another guy's offspring but never really leaving her original partner while netorare, from my understanding, is the female completely leaving one guy for another. Just my 2 cents since I rarely read these type of genre.

On the subject of tags, I've seen some "gi" tags. What does that stand for? I've searched this site's FAQ on it and seems like it's missing the gi definition.

Switch Blayde

@moredrowsy

I've seen some "gi" tags. What does that stand for?


Girl -- no longer allowed because of the young age but old stories were grandfathered.

Ernest Bywater

@moredrowsy

On the subject of tags, I've seen some "gi" tags.


There used to be 2 girl age groups and the younger one was gi - there are a couple of retired tags that may still show on older stories that haven't been corrected by their authors.

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@Ernest Bywater

I going to guess "government issue", in WW2 what American soldiers were called, although the G and I were capitalized. I suppose Military and/or historical replace that interpretation.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@richardshagrin

I going to guess "government issue", in WW2 what American soldiers were called


The were called GIs, which actually stood for General Infantry, not government issue.

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