The term was initially popularized by anime and manga fans on 4chan in the early s to call out images of femininely-dressed or androgynous-looking male characters. However, the word has drawn criticism and stigma for its derogatory connotation against the transgender community. The term "trap," not to be confused with "trap house" a place where illegal drugs are bought, sold and used or trap music in hip hop culture, stems from a reaction image based on a scene from Star Wars : Return of the Jedi , wherein Admiral Ackbar is quoted as saying "IT'S A TRAP" upon discovering an ambush by an enemy fleet. As the reaction image continued to gain traction across anime hub sites like Something Awful and 4chan over the next decade, the word "trap" itself gained recognition as a slang label for a transgender person in general.
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A thirst trap is a type of social media post that is intended to entice viewers sexually. Thirst trap culture was derived from selfie culture. The term thirst trap emerged on Twitter and Urban Dictionary in , around the same time as the rise of Snapchat , Instagram , and online dating apps such as Tinder. In , it was reported to have entered common usage , as media sources including The New York Times and GQ started using the expression without definition.
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