I created the young-adults tag for this question because it seems like the answers to a more general question could be different for different age groups, and this clearly pertained to teenagers. I think that there are similar cases where such categorization could be useful, such as in questions on romantic relationships (a teenager's may not be the same as, say, a middle-aged person's).
My proposal is that we consider having some tags to be used on questions where age is a relevant factor. Not all questions need them, certainly. But I think some would benefit, possibly including
- How to be accepted back into a friend group
- How to manage someone flirting with my partner at a party?
- How to develop romance in a casual, interrupted relationship?
- How to politely convey that you don't want to get tagged in irrelevant social media post?
- How can I politely tell someone that they should take a shower?
- How to nicely reject someone who is hitting on you in the United States?
- Inquiring of someone of a senior person how they're faring after surgery
- Will interacting on an electronic forum, tend to improve or deteriorate my real life interpersonal skills?
Some of these are borderline, but I hope they support the premise that we need to make sure that the age group of the person with the problem is clear. Tagging would help categorize the questions.
Here are some ideas of tags we could use:
There's some overlap here, which we'd need to avoid in a consistent tagging system.
What do people think?