Revision history for Tag Help

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Fletch<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important rating tags</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><a href="/tags/imminent+death">Imminent death</a>, like a gun pressed to the head or visible vore digestion</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential, such as characters covered in blood and alike</li> <li>Dying violently/painfully <strong>not</strong> in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Sexual coercion (e.g. rape), unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> <li>Candy Gore</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> <li>Questionable kinks</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important rating tags</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><a href="/tags/imminent+death">Imminent death</a>, like a gun pressed to the head or visible vore digestion</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential, such as characters covered in blood and alike</li> <li>Dying violently/painfully <strong>not</strong> in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Sexual coercion (e.g. rape), unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> <li>Candy Gore</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important rating tags</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><a href="/tags/imminent+death">Imminent death</a>, like a gun pressed to the head or visible vore digestion</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential, such as characters covered in blood and alike</li> <li>Dying violently/painfully <strong>not</strong> in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Sexual coercion (e.g. rape), unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> <li>Candy Gore</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important rating tags</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li><a href="/tags/imminent+death">Imminent death</a>, like a gun pressed to the head or visible vore digestion</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential, such as characters covered in blood and alike</li> <li>Dying violently/painfully <strong>not</strong> in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Sexual coercion (e.g. rape), unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> <li>Candy Gore</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="body-type">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Fletch<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">The dark ratings (one per image)</h3> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important rating tags</h3> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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><a href="/tags/imminent+death">Imminent death</a>, like a gun pressed to the head or visible vore digestion</li> <li>Insanity with clear murderous intent and potential, such as characters covered in blood and alike</li> <li>Dying violently/painfully <strong>not</strong> in a comedic/cartoonish manner</li> <li>Sexual coercion (e.g. rape), unwanted sexual activity that happens when you are pressured, tricked, threatened, or forced in a nonphysical way</li> <li>Traumatic physical/sexual abuse, such as rape or torture</li> <li>Candy Gore</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Fletch<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that <strong>do not</strong> show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Whenever an image is warrant the specific tag of morbidly obese</li> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal, or show arousal on images depicting a single character, as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li><a href="/tags/morbidly+obese">Morbid obesity</a></li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Exposed genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) with visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters and/or that are emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions), or displaying sexual arousal on images with multiple characters.</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Fletch<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that *do not* show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that <strong>do not</strong> show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Whenever an image is warrant the specific tag of morbidly obese</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Exposed genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) with visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters and/or that are emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Fletch<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that *do not* show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Whenever an image is warrant the specific tag of morbidly obese</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Exposed genitals with visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters and/or that are emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Exposed genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) with visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters and/or that are emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Whenever an image is warrant the specific tag of morbidly obese</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Exposed genitals with visible sexual arousal between 2 or more characters and/or that are emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Parashy<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, "x" in place of an anus, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex male</span> &mdash; a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/intersex female</span> &mdash; a female involed with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">intersex female/intersex female</span> &mdash; an intersex female involved with another intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/intersex female</span> &mdash; a male involved with an intersex female </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female/female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male/female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sentient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sapient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </li> </ul> </div><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h3> <div class="tag-info__category"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise and content tags</h2> <h3 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> </h3> <p> The "not furry" tag is for images that do not directly contain furry content. This tag <strong>must</strong> be placed on all images that feature: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Non-furry images in furry settings/series, like a page of a comic about furry character and a human that only shows the human.</li> <li>Non-furry anthropomorphic content, such as robots, sentient objects, or most types of aliens.</li> <li>Furry adjacent/derived content, such as humanizations of furry characters or non-furry representations.</li> </ul> </p> <br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Franchise tags</h3> <p> <p> You should tag franchises, and characters from said franchises if you are uploading fan art containing any franchise-related content. In general, there are <strong>character</strong> tags, and <strong>franchise</strong> (commonly referred to as "fandom") tags. </p> <p> For instance, let's say you want to upload an image containing "Twilight Sparkle" from "My Little Pony" franchise. If you are used to Derpibooru's tagging, you might wish to notice that </p> <p> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle</span>would become <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">twilight sparkle (mlp)</span> </p> <p> Additionally, you are required to tag the franchise itself, namely <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="content-official">my little pony</span>, however most character tags would imply their respective franchises, so most of the time you only need to worry about the correct character tags. </p> <br /> <p> <strong>But what if there is no tag for the character in my upload?</strong> </p> <p> If this is the case, simply tag your upload following our tagging standard. Afterwards, you might wish to head <a href="/forums/tagging/topics/character-tag-categorization">to this topic in the Tagging Discussion forum</a> and explain which character tag you wish that we set up. </p> </p> </div><br /> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Other important tags</h2> <p> <em>You will likely be banned for repeatedly not tagging these, as with ratings.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery), as well as sexually-implicit acts that don't go all the way to questionable, and references to kink material. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, character pointing at their mouth in context of vore, etc)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, kink-implying gestures, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, as well as kinks that don't go all the way to explicit. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Joey<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc) and descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>References to, or presence of kink material (such as BDSM gear not being in use, character pointing at their mouth in context of vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Questionable kinks (such as characters wearing BDSM gear, vore, etc)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Sexual fluids and secretions</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Nudity without genitals being exposed (e.g. exposed breasts, breasts with nipples, etc)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, detailed bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Joey<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Characters presented in a 'saucy' manner (e.g. sexy lingerie, pose with obvious sexual implications, etc)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <li>Stimulation of the genitals or anus where the stimulus is visible, or which causes characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to represent an anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus 'cameltoes')</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Visible genitals (vulva, penis, detailed anus, etc) that do not show sexual arousal, and as long as there is no contact with them</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features (such as exposed breasts, detailed bulges, sheaths, etc) presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Characters with visible nude features presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of objects similar to genitals in their appearance (such as sex toys)</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed sexual acts with objects clearly intended for use in sexual acts</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts with everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> <li>Presence of sexual fluids without any visible connection to a sexual act</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse</li> <li>Rubbing</li> <li>Penetration and insertion</li> <li>Penetration, such as sexual intercourse (including tentacles)</li> <li>Rubbing, such as tribadism, or simple masturbation</li> <li>Insertion, such as dildos and buttplugs</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Stimulation of genitals / anus, clearly visible or causing characters to express pleasure, including: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse</li> <li>Rubbing</li> <li>Penetration and insertion</li> </ul> </li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Genitals that are erect, or emitting sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Sexual fluids in contact with a character, or with their origin clearly being shown</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized or implicit manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> 'Safe for work', not sexually-suggestive imagery Clean, 'Safe For Work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> 'Safe for work', not sexually-suggestive imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in an otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Visible detailed sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Sexually-implicit acts on everyday objects (e.g. jerking off / sucking a banana, using a donut to indicate anus, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Naked (and semi-naked) characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Detailed masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> 'Safe for work', not sexually-suggestive imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> 'Safe for work' imagery, not sexually-suggestive imagery 'Safe for work', not sexually-suggestive imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> 'Safe for work' imagery 'Safe for work' imagery, not sexually-suggestive imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Images that are otherwise clean of any sexual implications</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work 'Safe for work' imagery <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as: <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are... <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>They are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>...or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>They are not the focus of the image</li> <li>Not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>An anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>Not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch)</li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch, non-detailed bulges)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Detailed outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>They are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>...or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>They are not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>Featureless nudity (e.g. breasts without nipples / covered in fur, featureless crotch)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Characters performing sexually-implicit gestures (e.g. fake blowjob expression, jerk-off hand, etc)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>They are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>...or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>They is not the focus of the image</li> <li>They are not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur), or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture, as long as it is not the focus of the image.</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as: <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>They are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>...or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture</li> <li>They is not the focus of the image</li> </ul> </li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur), or are an anatomical detail that just happens to be visible on an otherwise safe themed picture, as long as it is not the focus of the image.</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">not furry</span> &mdash; <strong>this tag is extremely important</strong>. For images that are not related to the furry fandom at all. </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Very sloppy kissing (e.g. saliva everywhere)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex. Reproductive fluids and outright sex <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<style> .tag__padding { padding: 0 6px; } </style> <div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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 tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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 tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >penis on female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >vagina on male</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >meta</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >seizure warning</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >text</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >bisexual</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >male x male</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x futa</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x male</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >female x female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >male x female</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >anthro</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >feral</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >crossover</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >humanized</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >shipping</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" >solo</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> <span class="tag tag__interaction" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<style> .tag__padding { padding: 0 6px; } </style> <div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" >solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> <span class="tag tag__padding" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">safe</span> </h4> <p> Safe for work <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">suggestive</span> </h4> <p> Sexual implications or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">semi-grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark, but not nightmare-inducing. <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> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grimdark</span> </h4> <p> Dark to the point of nightmares/PTSD. <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> </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> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="rating">grotesque</span> </h4> <p> Disgusting. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">penis on female</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag">vagina on male</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">male x male</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x female</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x futa</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x male</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">female x female</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">male x female</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag">feral</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </li> <li> <span class="tag">shipping</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">shipping</span> &mdash; characters are in a romantic or sexual relationship </li> <li> <span class="tag">solo</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;">solo</span> &mdash; when there is only one character in the image </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> <span class="tag" style="padding: 0 6px;" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>
Luna<div class="walloftext"> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <h2 class="tag-info__heading">Why Tags Matter</h2> <p>Furbooru 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 <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Crude jokes or implicit humor is allowed</li> <li>Sexual references presented in a heavily stylized manner (e.g. a crudely drawn penis on a wall, two stick figures without visible genitals in a otherwise sexual pose, etc) are allowed</li> <li>Sheaths and balls, as long as they are not detailed (e.g. covered in fur)</li> <li>No detailed nudity whatsoever (featureless nudity is allowed)</li> <li>No depictions of sexual intercourse</li> <li><strong>Exception:</strong> non-edited quotes / screencaps from PG-13 movies or TV shows should always be rated 'safe'</li> </ul> </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 or appearances of limited nudity ('saucy' imagery) <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Partial nudity, such as exposed breasts (nipples may show)</li> <li>Outlines of genitals visible through clothing (cameltoes, bulges, anus outlines)</li> <li>Visible sheaths or balls</li> <li>Obvious sexual references, jokes, and so on (presence of words like 'penis', 'blowjob', etc)</li> <li>Non-detailed descriptions of sexual acts</li> <li>Characters in "saucy" poses with sexual implications (e.g. laying down on bed with bedroom eyes and lingerie)</li> <li>Simple urination</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">questionable</span> </h4> <p> Artistic nudity, sexual scenarios that aren't quite sex, <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Complete nudity without visible sexual arousal</li> <li>Detailed genitals (anus, vulva, penis, etc), as long as there is no contact with it, and as long as it does not show arousal</li> <li>Sexual teasing without contact with genitals</li> <li>Naked characters presented in sexy poses</li> <li>Presence, but not use, of sex toys</li> </ul> </p> </li> <li> <h4 class="tag-info__heading"> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="rating">explicit</span> </h4> <p> Reproductive fluids and outright sex. <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li>Sexual intercourse (sex)</li> <li>Sexual fluids (precum, cum, vaginal secretions)</li> <li>Masturbation</li> <li>Genital insertions (anal, vaginal), or phallic objects in mouth (penises, dildos)</li> <li>Visible sexual arousal (erect penis, vaginal secretions)</li> </ul> </p> </li> </ul> <div class="block block--fixed block--warning"> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> <p>Sexual ratings are a complicated subject that can't be easily generalized in a way that covers all possible cases. In case you are unsure about which rating to give to an image, give it a higher rating just to be safe, and contact a staff member to let them evaluate the image and pick the correct rating tag.</p> </div> <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. <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> </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. <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> </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. <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> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="origin">artist:artist name here</span> &mdash; specifies the work's artist </li> <li> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="error">artist needed</span> &mdash; when the artist is unknown </li> <li> <span class="tag">penis on female</span> &mdash; also known as "futa", a female, but with a penis; </li> <li> <span class="tag">vagina on male</span> &mdash; reverse of "penis on female", a male, but with a vagina; </li> <li> <span class="tag">meta</span> &mdash; stuff <em>about</em> stuff </li> <li> <span class="tag">seizure warning</span> &mdash; rapid animations that could potentially cause seizures </li> <li> <span class="tag">text</span> &mdash; when the main point is in text </li> </ul> </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> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">bisexual</span> &mdash; a character involved with characters of varying genders simultaneously </li> <li> <span class="tag">male x male</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x female</span> &mdash; a female involed with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x futa</span> &mdash; a futa involved with another futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">futa x male</span> &mdash; a male involved with a futa </li> <li> <span class="tag">female x female</span> </li> <li> <span class="tag">male x female</span> </li> </ul> </p><br /> <h3 class="tag-info__heading">Common tags</h3> <p> <em>These are generally expected on upload, but are less important.</em> <ul class="tag-info__list"> <li> <span class="tag">anthro</span> &mdash; non-humans with partial human body shapes not normal for their species </li> <li> <span class="tag">feral</span> &mdash; non-human characters with animal bodies that are generally normal to their species </li> <li> Character tags (<em>e.g.</em> <span class="tag" data-tag-category="character">isabelle (animal crossing)</span>) &mdash; when the character is present <em>in</em> the image </li> <li> <span class="tag">crossover</span> &mdash; when elements from multiple media universes are combined with each other </li> <li> <span class="tag">humanized</span> &mdash; when a non-human character has been turned into a human </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" data-tag-category="oc">oc</span> &mdash; when any character in the image is an original character (fan-made) </li> </ul> </p> </div>