This recent question has made me wonder if maybe we should delete a tag if the only question/s it points to have been heavily down voted and/or closed: How do I tell other gay people that they sound stupid calling themselves "queer"?, resulting in this somewhat lacking page: https://interpersonal.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/queer
As you can see, the question created a new tag "queer" and as such, there are no other questions with that tag other than one which has been heavily down voted and closed. And so I was wondering how much (if any) worth does a tag like this have? While it is a valid tag that may apply to past/future questions, there are currently none, and simply re-making the tag if ever such a question arises is not a big deal.
The question is somewhat new and there is another meta post about whether to delete/re-open it. Can the question about using the word "queer" be reopened, after a quick edit? So this particular case may get re-opened, but I would appreciate answers assuming that won't happen anytime soon.
Is there any reason we should keep the tag alive, and if not, how should we go about removing it?