JAKXXX3 said:
I know there is a penis_shaped_bulge, but is there another bulge based tag for vore images where the outlines of a character is clearly seen pushing against the skin? The only thing I could think of would be person_shaped_bulge or something.

Lost_souls lol.


JAKXXX3 said:
I know there is a penis_shaped_bulge, but is there another bulge based tag for vore images where the outlines of a character is clearly seen pushing against the skin? The only thing I could think of would be person_shaped_bulge or something.

abdominal_bulge.


Siral_Exan said:
abdominal_bulge.

I mean more specific, not just that the character has a bulge in their abdomen, but that they clearly have a person inside them that is pushing against the skin.


JAKXXX3 said:
I mean more specific, not just that the character has a bulge in their abdomen, but that they clearly have a person inside them that is pushing against the skin.

I don't believe such a tag should exist. It's far too specific and you can get similar, if not more, results with abdominal_bulge vore. If all you can list is a character clearly pushing through skin, then you are implying vore and I already listed the tag for bulges coming from something/someone clearly pushing through skin. Fortunately, we don't need to be specific with vore, you can also use bulge vore and minus searching to find cases where, say, where someone leaves an imprint in the vore-er's butt.


Siral_Exan said:
I don't believe such a tag should exist. It's far too specific and you can get similar, if not more, results with abdominal_bulge vore. If all you can list is a character clearly pushing through skin, then you are implying vore and I already listed the tag for bulges coming from something/someone clearly pushing through skin. Fortunately, we don't need to be specific with vore, you can also use bulge vore and minus searching to find cases where, say, where someone leaves an imprint in the vore-er's butt.

Seeing a person getting eaten and then in the next panel seeing a bulging belly is different than seeing a full fledged outline.


Furrin_Gok said:
Seeing a person getting eaten and then in the next panel seeing a bulging belly is different than seeing a full fledged outline.

You mean to imply that seeing a person's imprint through the stomach isn't a bulge? Do we not have tags for when you can see bulges through certain areas?


Siral_Exan said:
You mean to imply that seeing a person's imprint through the stomach isn't a bulge?

You mean to imply seeing a single bump is the same as seeing an entire hand?


Furrin_Gok said:
You mean to imply seeing a single bump is the same as seeing an entire hand?

You're saying it's not, in the fetish it is and has been. https://aryion.com/g4/tags.php?tag=Vore%2C+Bulge%2C+ One of the biggest sites for vore, go find your results there.

I know what I'm talking about when I say abdominal bulge is (one of) what you're looking for.


Siral_Exan said:
You're saying it's not, in the fetish it is and has been. https://aryion.com/g4/tags.php?tag=Vore%2C+Bulge%2C+ One of the biggest sites for vore, go find your results there.

I know what I'm talking about when I say abdominal bulge is (one of) what you're looking for.

Yes, at its base, this is an abdominal bulge, but it goes beyond that.


Furrin_Gok said:
Yes, at its base, this is an abdominal bulge, but it goes beyond that.

You're not gonna find a name that's accurate and intuitive / easy to use. As a voraphiliac, trust me when I say there is no reliable name for this event, mostly because use of it removes context of what kind of vore, and adding such context provides you with a sparse amount of images. People use the not-wrong bulge and specify where the bulge is, so you don't damage the search.


Siral_Exan said:
I don't believe such a tag should exist. It's far too specific and you can get similar, if not more, results with abdominal_bulge vore. If all you can list is a character clearly pushing through skin, then you are implying vore and I already listed the tag for bulges coming from something/someone clearly pushing through skin. Fortunately, we don't need to be specific with vore, you can also use bulge vore and minus searching to find cases where, say, where someone leaves an imprint in the vore-er's butt.

Then why does penis_shaped_bulge exist? It's very specific and could be covered by abdominal_bulge huge_penetration or abdominal_bulge ridiculous_fit. This specific tag led me to believe that there would be other variants of *_shaped_bulge tags.


JAKXXX3 said:
Then why does penis_shaped_bulge exist? It's very specific and could be covered by abdominal_bulge huge_penetration or abdominal_bulge ridiculous_fit. This specific tag led me to believe that there would be other variants of *_shaped_bulge tags.

You're talking about vore, not sex. Even penis_shaped_bulge is clunky and people are misusing it.


There is currently a single post tagged prey_outline.


Kemono-Kay said:
There is currently a single post tagged prey_outline.

I wouldn't exactly say that's intuitive, but it would be easy to use. Tangentially related, the whole predator/prey tag really fucked over the acting of a predator & prey vore scenario (think roleplaying).


Siral_Exan said:
I wouldn't exactly say that's intuitive, but it would be easy to use. Tangentially related, the whole predator/prey tag really fucked over the acting of a predator & prey vore scenario (think roleplaying).

I understand that's a bit of a problem, but I'm not sure how to better word it. It would need to be a relatively short way of referring exclusively to characters being eaten.


Kemono-Kay said:
I understand that's a bit of a problem, but I'm not sure how to better word it. It would need to be a relatively short way of referring exclusively to characters being eaten.

I'm just injecting my personal opinion on prey_outline, I'm not saying no to it. Predator/prey is a personal peeve, a vore artist I follow draws a lot of it. If Furrin and Jak agrees on it, and it gets a wiki page, I'll tag it.


Siral_Exan said:
I'm just injecting my personal opinion on prey_outline, I'm not saying no to it. Predator/prey is a personal peeve, a vore artist I follow draws a lot of it. If Furrin and Jak agrees on it, and it gets a wiki page, I'll tag it.

It could work, though not all posts would be predator/prey based. The below example isn't even really vore, though unbirthing does implicate it.


JAKXXX3 said:
It could work, though not all posts would be predator/prey based. The below example isn't even really vore, though unbirthing does implicate it.

Prey would just be a stand-in word, since there is the contradiction "willing prey". I was willing to make a joke about predatory unbirthing, but I unfortunately couldn't find the image...


Kemono-Kay said:
I understand that's a bit of a problem, but I'm not sure how to better word it. It would need to be a relatively short way of referring exclusively to characters being eaten.

Not just eaten, anal vore and unbirthing count too. Hell, could just be a character is pregnant and has the baby pushing out with such force that their hand or foot actually outlines.


Furrin_Gok said:
Not just eaten, anal vore and unbirthing count too. Hell, could just be a character is pregnant and has the baby pushing out with such force that their hand or foot actually outlines.

Are there even any existing posts of a baby (not unbirthed character) doing that? Also, due to to implications, all kinds of activity whereby a character enters more than one limb into another character would count as vore, 'eating' isn't always involved.

A possible solution would be the creation of a new tag, such as body_outline to replace prey_outline (which has only been used on 1 post anyway). Oh, it looks like body_outline has already been used for the very purpose I was requesting. I'll edit the wiki article to explain it.


JAKXXX3 said:
Are there even any existing posts of a baby (not unbirthed character) doing that? Also, due to to implications, all kinds of activity whereby a character enters more than one limb into another character would count as vore, 'eating' isn't always involved.

A possible solution would be the creation of a new tag, such as body_outline to replace prey_outline (which has only been used on 1 post anyway). Oh, it looks like body_outline has already been used for the very purpose I was requesting. I'll edit the wiki article to explain it.

Well, there we go.

I don't know of anything specific, but I'm sure there are images of pregnancies like that. In that case, I can certainly agree that just having to throw on pregnant or vore to the search is fair.


With that issue solved, is there any answer to my previous question (forum post #232524)? I would think a tag such as penis_lift or penis_carry would already exist, as this is a rather common occurrence in many hyper_penis and ridiculous_fit posts.


I guess body_outline works.

Oh, I've been looking to find a tag meant for jewellery worn on the forehead, like this:

It's worn on a sort of chain, so it's not a circlet, and I don't think it can be classified as a headband either. So what's this called and do we have a tag for it?

EDIT: I've looked through a "*penis*" search and nothing has come up about being lifted by a penetrating penis. penis_riding comes closest I guess? But I think a new tag might be appropriate.


JAKXXX3 said:
Are there even any existing posts of a baby (not unbirthed character) doing that? Also, due to to implications, all kinds of activity whereby a character enters more than one limb into another character would count as vore, 'eating' isn't always involved.

A possible solution would be the creation of a new tag, such as body_outline to replace prey_outline (which has only been used on 1 post anyway). Oh, it looks like body_outline has already been used for the very purpose I was requesting. I'll edit the wiki article to explain it.

No. Body outline is fairly literal, and I noticed that you added the tag to images recently. I did provide you cases where penis_shaped_bulge (plural because the example was repeated) is misused, so do you really think other cases where the body is being outlined against a background, or cases where parts of the body is outlined due to, say, clothing, would not be tagged by users other than you?

Prey_outlines implies vore of some sort, it is harder to misuse.

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Body_outline sounds like those chalk corpse outlines that detectives sometimes draw in fiction (and only in fiction, nobody does that in real life). Better pick something else.


Siral_Exan said:
No. Body outline is fairly literal, and I noticed that you added the tag to images recently. I did provide you cases where penis_shaped_bulge is misused, so do you really think other cases where the body is being outlined against a background, or cases where parts of the body is outlined due to, say, clothing, would not be tagged by users other than you?

Prey_outlines implies vore of some sort, it is harder to misuse.

My edits to the wiki entry of body_outline clearly specifies a character being inside of another character, pushing against the skin. There were 50 posts with the tag before I added to it, if you think that prey_outline is a better tag then you can create an alias suggestion.

Prey_outline is not a perfect candidate, as not all vore images are based on a prey/predator dynamic or involve eating/consuming others. Some of them are purely sexual, such as anal_vore, cock_vore, and even extreme fisting whereby the inserted hand may be imprinted on the characters stomach.

Genjar said:
Body_outline sounds like those chalk corpse outlines that detectives sometimes draw in fiction (and only in fiction, nobody does that in real life). Better pick something else.

There already is a chalk_outline tag, though it has only been used once.


JAKXXX3 said:
My edits to the wiki entry of body_outline clearly specifies a character being inside of another character, pushing against the skin. There were 50 posts with the tag before I added to it, if you think that prey_outline is a better tag then you can create an alias suggestion.

Prey_outline is not a perfect candidate, as not all vore images are based on a prey/predator dynamic or involve eating/consuming others. Some of them are purely sexual, such as anal_vore, cock_vore, and even extreme fisting whereby the inserted hand may be imprinted on the characters stomach.

You have not dealt with any voraphiliac images, have you? References to prey and predators, in any regard, are stand-ins to the involved parties. They aren't meant to be literal unless it's predatorial vore (describing, the name is looser).

Think of it like a contract, or if you've ageplayed think of the difference between the baby and the babysitter; there is no difference in reality, other than the actions they are taking. The words only exist to describe, not to be literal.


Siral_Exan said:
You have not dealt with any voraphiliac images, have you? References to prey and predators, in any regard, are stand-ins to the involved parties. They aren't meant to be literal unless it's predatorial vore (describing, the name is looser).

Think of it like a contract, or if you've ageplayed think of the difference between the baby and the babysitter; there is no difference in reality, other than the actions they are taking. The words only exist to describe, not to be literal.

I'm not very experienced in either of those kinks, no. Isn't it important that tags are simple and easy to understand for new users? Are you assuming that the average user would be knowledgeable of those kinks?


JAKXXX3 said:
I'm not very experienced in either of those kinks, no. Isn't it important that tags are simple and easy to understand for new users? Are you assuming that the average user would be knowledgeable of those kinks?

People should know what stand-in words mean. I mean, if you don't a large amount of American English would be damaged apon translating (or even shorthanding/longhanding), and people have to use English words on this site for a reason.

I mean, do you know why a female can be called a cougar, or what in-bed roleplaying is? You need to assume that people know the basics of English on this site, and some sexual terminology; I might halfheartedly believe everyone is an idiot, but even such "idiots" know how to use a dictionary if they're on this site.

But wittiness aside, being a prey towards a predator can be interpreted literally to understand what the prey_bulge tag means. We wouldn't tag them, themselves, as predator or prey because contexts that remove that, but you can refer to them in English as a predator and a prey... right?


Siral_Exan said:
People should know what stand-in words mean. I mean, if you don't a large amount of American English would be damaged apon translating (or even shorthanding/longhanding), and people have to use English words on this site for a reason.

I mean, do you know why a female can be called a cougar, or what in-bed roleplaying is? You need to assume that people know the basics of English on this site, and some sexual terminology; I might halfheartedly believe everyone is an idiot, but even such "idiots" know how to use a dictionary if they're on this site.

But wittiness aside, being a prey towards a predator can be interpreted literally to understand what the prey_bulge tag means. We wouldn't tag them, themselves, as predator or prey because contexts that remove that, but you can refer to them in English as a predator and a prey... right?

So in this case, the prey would be the character inside another, while the character who has the prey inside them would be the predator? Wouldn't that be somewhat confusing if the prey in this scenario was the dominant partner? There's also the traditional roles of predator and prey among real-life species, though of course that wouldn't always apply to fictional characters.

i suppose prey_outline could work, however, I would expect that it would confuse some users. Though, that is what the wiki is for anyway.