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seems to be a strict subset of . I don't really know how many questions about homosexuality to expect, but it seems like having separate tags for each orientation is unneeded. What is the typical tag behavior here? Strangely, has 7 questions as of this post whereas has 6. (Also, has a nifty blurb already. So I guess that's something.)

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I tend to agree. [Homosexuality] probably should be absorbed by [Sexuality].

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  • One option is to edit up the sexuality tag with a list of orientations. – MrHen Jun 7 '11 at 5:06
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    [homoseuxality] will never have enough topics to warant it's own tag on our site, so it should definitely be merged. – Kit Sunde Jun 7 '11 at 21:05
  • @KitSunde There's currently 200 questions, with about 40 on homosexuality. Sounds like enough to me. – fredsbend Aug 11 at 18:11
  • @fredsbend Do you find it useful to reply to a comment that is 9 years old? – Kit Sunde Aug 11 at 18:24
  • @KitSunde This comment at this time, yes. Someone made a tag edit adding [lgbt], which doesn't seem that useful to me, so I looked into the tags we have and found a few things that maybe need adjustment, which you can read about in chat or later here on meta if I decide to post. This is the only discussion I could find on why [homosexuality] is a synonym of [sexuality], and it seems the only relevant reasoning given is yours, which appears to have turned out to be wrong. – fredsbend Aug 11 at 18:30

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