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When submitting or modifying the tags to an image, please read the tagging guide! I've already had a few users note to me that a few tags are violating the guidelines. Let's make this clear.This isn't how you tag an image.This is how you tag an image.I hope this is clear now.As a side note, yes, the tags "gay", "lesbian", and "straight" are alright.
How about the cum_inside tag? Since it's technically a sex act.Oh! And how about the kissing tag? That one happens a lot.
Some more borderline cases.Loli and shota, or young, or something of the sort. As body types for human or anthropomorphic characters, should they be tagged? (I mostly only ask because "cub" for young-looking Pokémon is apparently out.)Clothing and accessories which, while perfectly normal, can also have fetish-linked sexual appeal, such as swimsuits, maid/nurse uniforms and thigh-high stockings. Should they be tagged?
Arguing about individual tags is unproductive. You need a system.First, sorting by characteristic. Not for searching so much as knowing what the image is without seeing it, this is the bare-bones tagging every image would require.• Category (choose one): M, F, M/M, M/F, F/F, Alt, ?.• Anthropomorphic level (choose one): Realistic, Canon, Pokemorph, Gijinka.• Artist identity.Second is unique to this site, the species of Pokemon involved. To keep the number of tags down (750 next gen?) and recognizing that generally only final forms are portrayed, those species should probably be used for most lines. Exception would made for families that fork; ralts and kirlia under kirlia, gardevoir and gallade each get a tag. All eeveelutions (and eevee itself) would have to be tagged uniquely because it's an evolutionary daisy wheel, but fortunately it's the only one and people are pickly about their eeveekin and would gripe if they had to sift through a single catch-all. Also noteworthy would be trainer as a tag that specifically does not imply real humans but human-like fictional characters that appear alongside pokemon and sometimes form close interpersonal relationships with them. Cough.Third is tagging for content. Mostly an aid to searching, this is where your tag arguments are coming from. How about making it a rule for verbs only, and to ensure the terms are consistent, they have to be mod approved specifically to remove redundancy and avoid poor application. So, "kissing" or "insemination" would be valid, "green eyes" is rejected as not a verb, "cum_inside" is redundant and how an underaged person would describe something he hasn't learned the correct word for. Cough. This would rule out clothing-based fetish tagging as suggested above, and that's probably a good thing.