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Floor Bored<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all posts, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for a post are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the post to us</li> <li> For each person involved in the creation of a post: <ol type="a"> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>artist needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>author needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>editor needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>colorist needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>photographer needed</span></span>tag</li> </ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of a post, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's or author's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If a post was first made on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"><span> seizure warning</span></span>tag</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"><span>seizure warning</span></span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>suggestive</span></span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>questionable</span></span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>explicit</span></span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>semi-grimdark</span></span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>grimdark</span></span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>grotesque</span></span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your post, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag"><span>semi-anthro</span></span>) <span class="tag" id="anthro"><span>anthro</span></span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag"><span>semi-anthro</span></span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>artist:artist name</span></span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>artist needed</span></span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>author:author name</span></span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>author needed</span></span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls"><span>equestria girls</span></span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa</span></span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag"><span>humanized</span></span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>meta</span></span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc"><span>oc</span></span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc"><span>oc:oc name</span></span> </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>seizure warning</span></span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>text</span></span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many posts, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character"><span>twilight sparkle</span></span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>crossover</span></span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>ponified</span></span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>shipping</span></span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo</span></span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the post</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo female</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo mare</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo futa</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo male</span></span>, and <span class="tag"><span>solo stallion</span></span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the post.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag"><span>bisexual</span></span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>gay</span></span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on female</span></span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on futa</span></span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on male</span></span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>lesbian</span></span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>straight</span></span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Floor Bored<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all posts, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for a post are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the post to us</li> <li> For each person involved in the creation of a post: <ol type="a"> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">editor needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">colorist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">photographer needed</span>tag</li> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>artist needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>author needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>editor needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>colorist needed</span></span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span></span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>photographer needed</span></span>tag</li> </ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of a post, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's or author's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If a post was first made on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"><span> seizure warning</span></span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>safe</span></span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>suggestive</span></span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>questionable</span></span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>explicit</span></span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>semi-grimdark</span></span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>grimdark</span></span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating"><span>grotesque</span></span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your post, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag"><span>semi-anthro</span></span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:author name</span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>artist:artist name</span></span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>artist needed</span></span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin"><span>author:author name</span></span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error"><span>author needed</span></span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls"><span>equestria girls</span></span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa</span></span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag"><span>humanized</span></span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>meta</span></span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc"><span>oc</span></span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc"><span>oc:oc name</span></span> </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>seizure warning</span></span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>text</span></span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many posts, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character"><span>twilight sparkle</span></span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>crossover</span></span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>ponified</span></span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>shipping</span></span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo</span></span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the post</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo female</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo mare</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo futa</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo male</span></span>, and <span class="tag"><span>solo stallion</span></span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the post.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag"><span>bisexual</span></span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>gay</span></span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on female</span></span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on futa</span></span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on male</span></span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>lesbian</span></span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>straight</span></span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Floor Bored<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all posts, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for a post are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the post to us</li> <li> For each person involved in the creation of a post: <ol type="a"> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">editor needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">colorist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">photographer needed</span>tag</li> </ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of a post, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's or author's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If a post was first made on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"> seizure warning</span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your post, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:author name</span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many posts, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the post</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo mare</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, <span class="tag">solo male</span>, and <span class="tag">solo stallion</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the post.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all posts, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for a post are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the post to us</li> <li> For each person involved in the creation of a post: <ol type="a"> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">editor needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">colorist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">photographer needed</span>tag</li> </ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of a post, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's or author's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If a post was first made on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"><span> seizure warning</span></span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your post, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag"><span>semi-anthro</span></span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:author name</span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa</span></span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag"><span>humanized</span></span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>meta</span></span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>seizure warning</span></span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>text</span></span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many posts, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post </li> <li><span class="tag"><span>crossover</span></span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>ponified</span></span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>shipping</span></span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo</span></span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the post</li> <li> <span class="tag"><span>solo female</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo mare</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo futa</span></span>, <span class="tag"><span>solo male</span></span>, and <span class="tag"><span>solo stallion</span></span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the post.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag"><span>bisexual</span></span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>gay</span></span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on female</span></span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on futa</span></span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>futa on male</span></span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>lesbian</span></span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag"><span>straight</span></span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all uploads, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all posts, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All uploads must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for an upload are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the upload to us</li> <li>All posts must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for a post are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the post to us</li> <li> For each artist involved in the creation of the upload, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> <ol type="a"><li>If you do not know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li></ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of an upload, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition For each person involved in the creation of a post: <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>If it's an image, video, or audio post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:ARTIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If it's a text post, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:AUTHOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the author, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post was edited or has an editor, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">editor:EDITOR NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the editor, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">editor needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is a colorized image or video, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">colorist:COLORIST NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the colorist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">colorist needed</span>tag</li> <li>If the post is or contains a photograph, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">photographer:PHOTOGRAPHER NAME HERE</span>. If you don't know the photographer, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">photographer needed</span>tag</li> </ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of a post, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's or author's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If an upload was first posted on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>If a post was first made on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"> seizure warning</span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the post is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <li>Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your post, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">author:author name</span> &mdash; Specifies the author of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">author needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the author</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <p>These are ones that are used on many posts, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the post </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the post</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, and <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo mare</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, <span class="tag">solo male</span>, and <span class="tag">solo stallion</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the post.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <p>Tags are what make or break a booru, and we've worked very hard to make our tagging system as robust as possible. By properly tagging all uploads, you help make them easier to find. Without the proper tags, filters will also fail to work. Everyone can edit tags, and as such it's important to make sure we keep tags as consistent and precise as possible.</p> <ol> <li>All uploads must have at least one <a href="#rating-tags">rating tag</a>. The <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>tag overrides all other rating tags</li> <li>If you notice the tags or source for an upload are not accurate or complete, please take the time to correct it yourself or report it to us. If you find a user is consistently tagging and/or sourcing improperly, please report the upload to us</li> <li> For each artist involved in the creation of the upload, add a tag in the form of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> <ol type="a"><li>If you do not know the artist, use the <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span>tag</li></ol> </li> <li> Tags ought to describe the observable features of an upload, such as the characters, their relationships, depicted places and events, and the composition <ol type="a"> <li>When it is unclear what tag should be used, the artist's intent ought to take precedence</li> <li>Tags should not be used to state opinions</li> </ol> </li> <li>If an upload was first posted on another site, the Source field should reflect the URL of the original source material</li> <li>Tags are intended to be useful to everyone, so please do not create niche or or personal tags that have ambiguous or conflicting meanings</li> <li>Please refrain from making bulk tag changes. If needed, <a href="/pages/contact">contact us</a> and let us help</li> <li>Uploads that have the potential to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes should be tagged as such with the <span class="tag"> seizure warning</span>tag</li> </ol> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, and <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span></h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, and <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the <em>most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <p>These are <em>the most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe content rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark content ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross content rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, and <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the <em>most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p> <p>These are ones that are used on many images, so we encourage you to also use them since, again, they provide good categorizations.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span> ) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image</li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements</li> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with pony</li> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship</li> <li><span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li><span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship~</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span>, <span class="tag">solo futa</span>, and <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on content with a sexual content rating with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the <em>most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) <li><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p>These tags apply to any sexual or romantic act or relationship, and if you decide to use these tags only one should be used for each act or relationship depicted in the content.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character doing gay shit with a male and a female <dfn>simultaneously</dfn> (this means <em>at the same time</em>)</li> <li><span class="tag">gay</span> &mdash; two male characters doing gay shit together, whether or not they say, "no homo"</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on female</span> &mdash; a female and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on futa</span> &mdash; two futa characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">futa on male</span> &mdash; a male and a futa character doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">lesbian</span> &mdash; two female characters doing gay shit together</li> <li><span class="tag">straight</span> &mdash; a male and a female character doing straight shit together (megagay)</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <li>Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span> ) — when the character is ) &mdash; when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> the image</li> <li><span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements</li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <li><span class="tag">ponified</span> &mdash; when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony</li> <li><span class="tag">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship</li> <li><span class="tag">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image</li> <li><span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> <span class="tag">solo male</span> &mdash; on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character</li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the <em>most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span>) </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>)</li> <li> Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>) </li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <dl class="tag-info__list"> <dt><h4><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span></h4></dt> <dd>Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>)</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span></h4></dt> <dd>Specifies the artist of the work</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span></h4></dt> <dd>When you don't know the artist</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span></h4></dt> <dd>For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">futa</span></h4></dt> <dd>A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">humanized</span></h4></dt> <dd>When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">meta</span></h4></dt> <dd>Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span></h4></dt> <dd> Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">seizure warning</span></h4></dt> <dd>Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">text</span></h4></dt> <dd>When the main point of your post is the text</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag"></span></h4></dt> <dd></dd> </dl> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span> &mdash; Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>) </li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span> &mdash; Specifies the artist of the work</li> <li><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; When you don't know the artist</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span> &mdash; For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li><span class="tag">futa</span> &mdash; A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></li> <li><span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</li> <li><span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </li> <li><span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</li> <li><span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; When the main point of your post is the text</li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span> ) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<p style="font-size: x-large;">TL;DR: Same as <a href="https://www.derpibooru.org/pages/tags" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Derpibooru</a>.</p> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why All Tags Matter</h2> <p>Twibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed; thus, the use of filters to only see what you want is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type.</p> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">All Tags Matter</h2> <p> You will find a large variety of content here, and since we are very permissive with what we allow you may come across things you don't want to see; thus, using filters so you only see what you want to is essential. In order to accomplish this, proper tagging is of the utmost importance, especially <a href="#rating-tags">content rating tags</a> as they capture large categorical distinctions of content types. </p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h3> <p>These are the <em>most important tags</em>, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading" id="rating-tags">Content rating tags</h3> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. Content rating tags define the suitability of content to its audience. <em>All uploads require at least one content rating tag.</em> If the image is not <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span>, then it can have up to one tag from each of the content rating categories listed below (sexual, dark, and/or gross). </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other rating)</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other content rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span></h5> <p>Safe for work and children. Official My Little Pony content without edits and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe.</p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span></h5> <p>Implied sexual or indecent acts or appearances, like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/crotchtits/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (diaperfags, gender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts and/or buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off parts of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with saliva leaking out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia, sex, and/or sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "that's-a tasty horsepussy," "I want to cum inside Rainbow Dash")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span></h5> <p>Includes sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts or crotchtits</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hypershit)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "pounding her velvety maregina," "feeling her clit wink against my balls")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span></h5> <p>The good stuff: Reproductive fluids with or without sexual intercourse and/or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitalia (penises, vaginas, vulvas, balls, ponut, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital or anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, squash soup, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li> Extremely detailed descriptions of sex (e.g., <span class="spoiler">wow you disgusting pervert, I can't believe you clicked this to see what depraved sexual acts I was going to describe</span> </li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horrors, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical or sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"><span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span></h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares or inducing <abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently and/or painfully not in a comedic or cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>)</li> <li>Traumatic physical and/or sexual abuse, such as torture or &gt;rape</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h5> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official My Little Pony content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h5> <p>Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "rimjob," "golden shower")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h5> <p>Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "penetrating her vagina," "licking his butthole")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h5> <p>Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h5> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h5> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares/<abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p>Disgusting.</p> <p>Disgusting, vomit-inducing, things nopony should ever be exposed to.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You may be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> These tags define content that people often either want to filter out or specifically include. They also define very broad categories of content, so while not as important as the tags above, nevertheless these tags are <em>very important</em> and if they apply to your uploaded content, <em>please</em> use them appropriately! Not doing so could result in a ban from the server, and we don't want to lose you. </p> <dl class="tag-info__list"> <dt><h4><span class="tag" id="anthro">anthro</span></h4></dt> <dd>Non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species, if it walks on two legs it's probably anthro (or <span class="tag">semi-anthro</span>)</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name</span></h4></dt> <dd>Specifies the artist of the work</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span></h4></dt> <dd>When you don't know the artist</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official" id="equestria-girls">equestria girls</span></h4></dt> <dd>For characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">futa</span></h4></dt> <dd>A female with a penis (totally gay); <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em></dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">humanized</span></h4></dt> <dd>When a non-human character looks like a human (not <a href="#equestria-girls">Equestria Girls</a>, not <a href="#anthro">anthro</a>)</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">meta</span></h4></dt> <dd>Stuff <em>about</em> stuff</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span></h4></dt> <dd> Applied when any character in the work is an original character (not from the show but made by fans). In addition to this tag, you can specify the name of the character by adding an additional tag in the format of <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc:oc name</span> </dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">seizure warning</span></h4></dt> <dd>Rapid animations or other content that could cause potential seizures</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag">text</span></h4></dt> <dd>When the main point of your post is the text</dd> <dt><h4><span class="tag"></span></h4></dt> <dd></dd> </dl> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span> ) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<p style="font-size: x-large;">TL;DR: Same as <a href="https://www.derpibooru.org/pages/tags" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Derpibooru</a>.</p> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why All Tags Matter</h2> <p>Twibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed; thus, the use of filters to only see what you want is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type.</p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h3> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h4> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be combined with any other rating)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h5> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are Pieces of official My Little Pony content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h5> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li>References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (e.g., "penis," "they're fucking," "rimjob," "golden shower")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h5> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li>Descriptions of sex acts (e.g., "penetrating her vagina," "licking his butthole")</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h5> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Dark, but not nightmare-inducing.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no X eyes, etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (X eyes, etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Dark to the point of nightmares/<abbr title="Post-traumatic Stress Disorder">PTSD</abbr>.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or <a href="https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EldritchAbomination" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Eldritch Abominations</a>)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> <p>Disgusting.</p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit</li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div><br> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <em>You may be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the <a href="https://mylittlepony.hasbro.com/en-us/characters/equestria-girls" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Equestria Girls</a> series </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </p> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Character tags (e.g., <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span> ) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images with only one character, specifying the gender of that character </li> </ul> </div>
Twifag<p style="font-size: x-large;">TL;DR: Same as <a href="https://www.derpibooru.org/pages/tags" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Derpibooru</a>.</p> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why All Tags Matter</h2> <p>Twibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed; thus, the use of filters to only see what you want is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type.</p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h3> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h5> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h5> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h5> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h5> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h3> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> </div><br> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h4> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h4> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </div>
Twifag<h2>TL;DR: Same as Derpibooru.</h2> <p style="font-size: x-large;">TL;DR: Same as <a href="https://www.derpibooru.org/pages/tags" rel="external noopener" target="_blank">Derpibooru</a>.</p> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Floorbooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed, thus, the use of filters to only see that which you want to is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type. </p> </div> <h1 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h1> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others. </p> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h2> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why All Tags Matter</h2> <p>Twibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed; thus, the use of filters to only see what you want is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type.</p> </div> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h2> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others.</p> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h3> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> </div><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h5> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h5> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h5> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h5> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h4> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h5> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h5 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h5> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> </div><br> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h4> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h4 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h4> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </div>
Floor Bored<h2>TL;DR: Same as Derpibooru.</h2> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Derpibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed, thus, the use of filters to only see that which you want to is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type. <p>Floorbooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed, thus, the use of filters to only see that which you want to is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type. </p> </div> <h1 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h1> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others. </p> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h2> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> </div><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </div>
Floor Bored<h2>TL;DR: Same as Derpibooru.</h2> <div class="walloftext tag-page"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Derpibooru has a lot of different types of content and almost any type of artwork and most types of meta content are allowed, thus, the use of filters to only see that which you want to is essential. Tags are a necessity for filtering to work, and rating tags are the most important because they capture large categorical distinctions of content type. </p> </div> <h1 class="tag-info__heading">Important Tags</h1> <p>These are the most important tags, which you should start out with before considering others. </p> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">The rating tags</h2> <p> These special tags group content into broad categories. Images require at least one, and non-safe images can have one of each non-safe type (sexual, dark, and gross). <br> Note that images only reach a higher rating once they have something in that rating. </p> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The safe rating (cannot be with any other ratings)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work and children. <br> Pieces of official MLP content without edits, and only reasonable cropping/animation loops/etc., are <strong>always</strong> safe. </p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The decency / sexual ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications and risqué/indecent acts or appearances like nudity. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Breasts/buttcheeks/crotches any more than half uncovered on those implied to have bits to cover up</li> <li>Sexualized scenarios (adults in diapers, transgender transformation, etc.)</li> <li>Sexualized touching of breasts/buttcheeks</li> <li>Sexually showing off part of the body, like wiggling a butt seductively</li> <li>Prominent low-detail sheaths or anuses (outline or hole-free shape only, like a star or circle; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Prominent low-detail genital, anus, or nipple outlines in clothing</li> <li>Sexual innuendo (including visual, such as crotch sub sandwich or shapes resembling genitals)</li> <li>Kissing with spit coming out or clear tongue use</li> <li>Visible urination</li> <li> References to genitalia/sex/sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penis", "they're fucking", "rimjob", "golden shower") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Sexual acts that aren't quite sex, things closely resembling genitals, and nudity with actual features like nipples. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples on breasts</li> <li>Bodily fluids or waste in sensual contact with the body (such as watersports, scat, or messy diapers)</li> <li> Sexually-emphasized gross scenarios, such as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Being in a throat, stomach, or intestines</li> <li>Feet licking</li> </ul> </li> <li>Extremely disproportionately large breasts, butts, or appendages (hyper)</li> <li>Obesity to the point of preventing standing</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital shapes, sheaths, or anuses (hole-free shape with an outline, like a star/dot/line in a bump; non-shading contrast can count as forming lines)</li> <li>Moderately-detailed genital or anus outlines in clothing</li> <li> Sexualized touching of the following areas: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nipples</li> <li>Crotch</li> <li>Between buttcheeks or around the anus</li> </ul> </li> <li>Sex toys</li> <li>Would-be sex or ejaculation with stand-ins for genitals/anuses (such as sub sandwiches or horns)</li> <li>Implicit insertions (clearly going up a hole, but not visible and not done for them to get off, such as enemas or a comedic shove)</li> <li> Descriptions of sex acts (<em>e.g.</em> "penetrating her vagina", "licking his butthole") </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex or genitals. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Genitals (penises, vaginas/vulvas, balls, etc.) including any detailed visuals of them</li> <li>Detailed anuses and sheaths</li> <li>Sex (genital/anal stimulation, even if not visible)</li> <li>Sexual bodily fluids (cum, precum, or vaginal fluids)</li> <li>Extremely detailed descriptions of sex </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> Minor horror, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-cartoonish corpses (no x eyes etc.) with signs of fatal wounds (like blood pooling or a knife sticking out)</li> <li>Severed body parts</li> <li>Fresh amputation</li> <li>Severe open wounds</li> </ul> </li> <li>Dying violently/painfully in a comedic/cartoonish manner (x eyes etc.)</li> <li>Imminent fatal violence, like a gun pressed to the head</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential</li> <li>Minor physical/sexual abuse, including very dubious consent</li> <li>Imminent rape</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Dying violently/painfully not in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Horrific sights (such as extreme gore or eldritch abominations)</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The gross rating</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Body horror</li> <li>Gore</li> <li>Extreme filth</li> <li>Detailed solid or semi-solid bodily waste, such as poop or vomit </li> </ul> <p></p> </li> </ul> </div><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> — specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> — when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa</span> — a female, but with a penis; <em>counts as its own gender for gender-based tags</em> </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> — stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> — rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> — when the main point is in text </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Orientation Tags</h3> <p> These tags apply for any sexual or romantic acts as well as relationships, and no two are mutually exclusive. Note that female by default does not include futa. <br> <em>You likely won't be banned for forgetting these tags, but they are still important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> — a character involved with a male and a female simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">gay</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on female</span> — a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on futa</span> — a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa on male</span> — a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">lesbian</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">straight</span> </li> </ul> <p></p><br> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> </p><ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> — non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">applejack</span>) — when the character is <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> — when elements from another media universe are combined with MLP elements </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="content-official">equestria girls</span> — for characters and locations from the Equestria Girls series </li> <li> <span class="tag">ponified</span> — when a non-pony character has been turned into a pony </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> — when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> — characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> — when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo female</span> <span class="tag">solo futa</span> <span class="tag">solo male</span> — on suggestive/questionable/explicit images, specifying the gender of the one character </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> — when any character in the image is an original character (not from the show, fan-made) </li> </ul> <p></p> </div>