[Is it NSFW or SFW?] “vulva” should not imply “nudity”

Satu Putra
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Stupid idiotic autist
I don’t know if it counts as a NSFW topic, but anyways, this image, for example:

It appears to have a clothed character with nothing revealing, but this image is tagged with nudity, because of the implying tag vulva.
Even though it is covered by clothes, the vulva is still visible as shown by this image from DeviantArt:
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So, can you please remove the implication from vulva?
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‘Vulva’ is clearly wrong for that image. I’ve removed it.
For other uses of the ‘vulva’ tag, the implication system can’t differentiate between different types of nudity, so if either ‘complete nudity’ or just ‘nudity’ is incorrect, please correct the tag to ‘partial nudity’.
And on your second example, if it were on the site, ‘cameltoe’ would probably be more appropriate.
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