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Date: December 17, 2017

Tagging gender in a series of images?

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Earlier today I posted a series of images by daftpatriot featuring a monster hunter monster facesitting a human. In 3 out of the 4 images, you can't really tell the gender of the human, except for post #1454718 where the human clearly has a penis. So I adhered to the Tag what you see policy and tagged only that image with male/male, and the rest with male/ambiguous.

But someone commented on post #1454715 that because they were a series of images, they should all be tagged male/male because the humans gender is clearly shown in at least one of them.

What I'm asking is: Are there any rules for specifically tagging a group of images? Or do the other images in the group still count as external sources and should not influence the images tags? I looked at the tag what you see policy and didn't see any exceptions about something like that, but I don't want to go making assumptions.


Tag what you see per post, not per series. What shows in some other image is irrelevant.

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Date: December 17, 2017

Ratte said:
Tag what you see per post, not per series. What shows in some other image is irrelevant.

Gotcha, thanks.