human penishere? They do on derpi, but I'm not sure.
Foreskinno, because of art like this: https://e621.net/posts/1801832 or this https://e621.net/posts/1545775
circumcisedI think yes, because nobody would know if some strange animal penis that had a foreskin was circumcised (maybe if it happened in a story, but how likely is that?), it's only known on human ones that they were circumcised.
ed, but there is no tag like this, the proper tag and proper spelling is
black catare marked as a species tag and why they even exist? Should things like "green wolf" or "pink fox" be a tag too then? ;) We could just use tags for fur color for all species, because why exactly use tag an eye color but not for color (or other things)? What is the reasoning behind such a choice other than "it was like that on Derpi"? Is there some widespread fetish of being turned on only be a specific eye color? ;)
A black cat is a domestic cat with black fur that may be a mixed or specific breed, or a common domestic cat of no particular breed. The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) recognizes 22 cat breeds that can come with solid black coats. The Bombay breed is exclusively black
sex— this description is based on the Derpibooru one:
implied sexcannot be on the same image, except in cases of an image containing more than one depiction of the same characters. Sex is being performed if and only if a genital or anus is being stimulated in some way by another.
aftersex— used for depictions of the follow-up of sexual acts when the genitals or anus is no longer stimulated by another character, but it's obvious that the sex had just happened (e.g. because of the presence of cum).
imminent sex— when the depicted situation heavily suggest that sex is about to happen.
implied sex— when the depicted situation implies that sex had happened in the past or is happening offscreen.
ambiguous gender— when the character's gender can't be determined from the picture.
penetration— Used when any character in the image is penetrated by a penis, tail, finger or a tentacle (something other than a toy).
knot— spherical area of erectile tissue at the base of a penis that swells up during erection, found most commonly on canines.
human penis— penis of the Homo sapiens species, commonly found also on anthro character or humanoids.
circumcised. Can be
flaccid— for depictions of penises that are not in the state of arousal
erection— when penis becomes
semi-erect— when a penis is in between being flaccid and erect, e.g. after ejaculation or when the erection is not fully formed yet.
sheath— animal equivalent of foreskin that covers the penis when it's not erect
genital slit— based on Derpibooru description but with some changes:
sheathbut completely inside of the body. It might be present on creatures that usually have testicles inside of their bodies, such as reptiles, dragons, birds or marine mammals. May look like
vulvawhen penis is not poking out of it, so don't get confused. When the character have no separate orifice for anus, use
cloaca— Common opening for digestive, urinary and genital tracts, present both in males and females. Use this tag only when the character does not have separate anus. Might be present on reptiles, dragons, birds, marine creatures etc.
sheathed— when penis is entirely covered by penile sheath.
flaccid, see also:
penis tipfor when only the tip of the penis is poking out of the sheath.
penis tip— when only the tip of the penis is poking out of the sheath.
presenting— when a character is showing their butt and/or genitals to the viewer.
blowjob— oral sex performed on a penis, fellatio.
autofellatiofor the solo equivalent during masturbation and
cunnilinguswhen oral sex is performed on vulva instead of a penis.
masturbation— when a character is either touching or penetrating themselves or is inserting something into their own body in order to pleasure themselves.
precum— a clear, colorless, viscous fluid that is emitted from the urethra of the penis during sexual arousal. Also called pre-ejaculate or pre-ejaculatory fluid.
foreskin— loose part of skin that covers the end of a penis.
circumcisedfor human penises with foreskin removed.
circumcised— used for depictions of penises that had their foreskin removed. This tag should not be applied to animal genitalia, as they naturally don't have foreskins (with the exception of some primates).
clitoris— part of a vulva, its external pea shaped part called glans is the most sensitive female erogenous zone. Anatomical equivalent of a penis.
taint— space between anus and balls, perineum.
humanoid— character that greatly resembles a human but has some anatomical differences like wings, animal legs, animal ears or other body parts.
catgirls, some alien species (
togruta, mythological creatures (elf,
mermaid) or bipedal robots that look like humans.
vaginal secretions— naturally produced fluid that lubricates vagina, equivalent of male precum.
anthro on anthro— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between two anthro characters
anthro on feral— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between antro and feral characters
feral on feral— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between two feral characters
human on anthro— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between human and antro characters
human on feral— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between human and feral characters
size difference— when one character is visibly larger than another depicted character.
penis size difference— when a penis of one character is visibly larger than a penis of another depicted character.
size differencein body size.
micro— when a character is very tiny, considerably smaller than what can be naturally expected.
macro— when a character is gigantic, considerably larger than what can be naturally expected.
hyper— when a character has body part that are larger than physically possible and are totally out of proportions in the relation to the rest of the body.
from behind— position where on character is located behind another during sexual intercourse.
rear view— For images where the character is being viewed from the rear. With their back presented towards the viewer. (this is just the description from Derpi)
spread butt— when character's buttocks are spread apart either by fingers or an object.
spread vulva— when character's vulva is spread apart either by fingers or an object without inserting anything inside.
gaping vagina— when the vulva is spread revealing vaginal tract without any external influence.
spread anus— when character's anus is spread open either by fingers or an object without inserting anything inside.
gaping anus— when the anus is spread open without any external influence.
human penisinstead of Homo sapiens :(
clitoristhat second sentence part about clitoral hood was supposed to go to the
clitoral hoodtag ;)
humanoidthere is ")" bracket missing after "togruta" but that's my fault as I missed it in my post. And also formatting with the @ @ symbols for elf is needed to be consistent (I also missed this).
anthro on anthroand
feral on feralthen I think that it should be "between two or more" instead of "between two" in both of this tags, as those would apply just as much to a multiple anthro characters as to only two anthro characters, but the current description indicates only two. Or maybe just as simple as "between feral/anthro characters" without any "two or more" if this is still clear in meaning?
human on anthro:<
hyperit should be "body parts" not "body part", again I missed a letter in my post.
gaping anusit should be "use
spread anusinstead." instead of "use spread vulva instead.", a mistake during copy-pasting.
paws— soft feet of quadruped mammals that have claws, also present on anthros as their feet or sometimes as hands.
paw pads— soft cushions on the bottom side of paws, toe beans. Sometimes present on anthro hands too.
underpaw— the bottom side of a paw
underpaw— Use this tag when the bottom side of a paw is visible.
canine penis— penis of canines (dogs, wolves, foxes, etc.)
knotnear the base and a pointy tip.
equine penis— penis of equines (horses, ponies, donkeys, zebras, etc.)
medial ringand its tip can become
flaredwhen fully erect.
tailjob— when a penis is stimulated using a tail.
digitigrade anthro— short already present, just add detailed
plantigrade anthro— short already present, just add detailed
unguligrade anthro— short already present, just add detailed
areola— the pigmented area on the breast around the nipple.
featureless crotch— crotch that features no genitals at all.
duo— when exactly two characters are depicted.
trio— when exactly three characters are depicted.
faceless male— when there is a male whose face is offscreen or absent.
faceless female— when there is a female whose face is offscreen or absent.
ambiguous form— when the character's form (feral, anthro etc.) can't be determined from the picture.
just the tip— shallow penetration where only the tip of a penis is inside.
butt to butt— when characters are touching their butts together.
dildo sitting— when a character is using a dildo that is placed on some surface instead of being held.
feathered wings— wings that have feathers.
webbed wings— wings that have most of their surface area made out of membrane, skin, or other connective tissue. Found in species like bats or dragons.
reference sheet— Image that defines the design of a character, often with anatomical details, color palette and descriptions.
mare— female horse or other equine.
stallion— male horse or other equine.
close-up— images that show something from up close.
cloven hooves— a hoof split into two toes.
gradient background— when the background consists of colors that gradually change from one into another.
on bed— when the character or characters are on a bed.
floppy ears— when ear tips are positioned downwards or horizontal instead of upwards.
colored pupils— for images where the eye pupils are in a color different than black.
colored sclera— for images where the eye sclera is in a color different than white.
feathers— for images depicting characters that are covered in feathers.
feather— for images depicting a single feather or only a couple of them, for example flying in the air on placed on a hat.
hand hold— when something is held using hands.
holding hands— when characters are holding their hands together.
saliva— fluid that is secreted by salivary glands into mouth, consists mainly of water.
underhoof— the bottom side of a hoof or a cloven hoof.
antlers— bone structures that are extensions of a skull of males in the deer (Cervidae) family. In most species they are shed annually.
horns— similar structures, but they are never shed and are found in animals different than deer.
horns— permanent pointed projections on the head of various animals. Use this when character has two or more horns.
antlers— similar structures, but they are shed annually, Found on male deer.
horn— a permanent pointed projection on the head of various animals. Use this when character has just one horn.
antlers— similar structures, but they are shed annually, Found on male deer.
interspecies— depictions of sexual or romantic situations between members of different species.
indoors— when the depicted scene is located inside of a building.
outdoors— when the depicted scene is located outside of a building.
rear view— short already present, add the detailed one
front view— when a character is seen from the front.
side view— when a character is seen from the side.
top view— when a character is seen from a viewpoint located directly above them.
bottom view— when a character is seen from a viewpoint located directly below them.
low angle— when a character is seen from a viewpoint located at a low position (viewer is looking up at them).
worm's eye view
high angle— when a character is seen from a viewpoint located at a high position (viewer is looking down at them).
low angle— when a character is seen from the side.
high angle— when a character is seen from a viewpoint located directly above them.
disembodied penis— description from Derpibooru but I made that part about not tagging as solo more clear
disembodied hand— based on the one above
disembodied foot— based on the one above
bow— description from Derpibooru
bow (instrument)— string instrument accessory used to cause vibration and thus produce sound
bow (weapon)— a weapon used to launch projectiles called arrows.
face down butt up— a pose where character has their butt higher than their face
face down ass upneeds to be aliased into it)
mouth hold— When something is held using mouth.
abs— when abdominal muscle is cleary visible on a character
dock— description based on Derpi but changed "pony" into "horse or pony"
kemonomimi— a humanoid character that possesses animal ears and/or tails. Do not tag those as
forked tongue— a tongue that splits into two or more parts at the tip.
flared— when the tip of equine penis is swollen up due to sexual arousal and has noticeably larger diameter than the rest of the shaft.
coiling— when a snake or snake-like character wraps their body around other character.
hemipenis— when a character has two penises coming out of a single base (like genital slit or cloaca).
diphallism— when a character has two penises that have separate bases.
multi penis— when a character has two or more penises
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