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I think it could be helpful for categorization, yes. This is information that will almost certainly be included in the question if it is relevant, but tags do make it easy to search for types of questions; members of the LGBTQ community would likely find such a tag useful. Suggestions for usage: Do use this tag When a question is about issues of sexual ...


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I'm new to this area of stack overflow, so I can't comment as to whether a tag of this sort would be overused. That being said, I can think of many specific questions that can be asked that would be specific ( "how do i tell them I'm gay / a different gender" ) where this would apply and potentially useful. And many more questions that relate to different ...


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I don't understand why there would be an issue. I don't see a problem with both (or more) tags existing, but they shouldn't necessarily be on the same questions. If a question is already tagged with a more specific label (like depression) then it shouldn't need the more general mental-health tag in most situations. There are probably cases where the mental-...


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We could edit the mental-health tag with the following description: If your post is specifically related to depression, you may want to use the depression instead. But that doesn't cover the other mental health specificities like bipolar disorder (didn't find any related tag), anorexia, eating disorders, ocd ... I struggle to see the interest of linking ...


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We don't use location tags here, we use culture tags As I wrote elsewhere culture really exists as a fractal. We will occasionally have questions which validly are scoped to a continent-wide culture, and sometimes we'll have questions which are scoped to a very narrow subculture (including particular internet subcultures.) But I suggested that by default ...


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Since the tag excerpts are intended to be for usage guidance and it's desirable for users to get answers that best for the cultural context of their situation, without being too specific, I think it's a good idea to offer a higher level of domain but not a lower level. As examples, try these. calvinism Use this tag if you need answers from a viewpoint ...


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