Use existing tags.
We already have a tag for blindness, blind, and have historically used the tag hearing for questions about in-game deafness.
For out-of-game issues relating to these things, use accessibility. Existing tags have you covered.
Conditions are not Disabilities
If a disabilities tag were to be created it would need clear usage guidance. Conditions and effects such as those applied by the blindness/deafness spell in D&D 5e should not be considered disabilities. We should also be clear whether it is referring characters or players with disabilities.
However my belief is that we ...
The problem here is low-quality, opinion-based answers
Rules as written provides a consistent baseline for all players. Calling out that this is what the rules say, and pointing to the rules do what they say reference, creates a solid consistent answer that the overwhelming majority of players would be able to use at their tables (Though some GM's may reject ...
FWIW, I also happened to notice the question when it got bumped to the front page by the edit, and I also felt that the tag was kind of weird on the question, being at most tangentially relevant.
Fundamentally, the question is asking for ways to make a biologically male PC capable of bearing a child. All the stuff about seducing princes and whatnot is just ...
Let me preface this with my general opinion about edits: edits are meant to improve a post. Who is the final arbiter of that? The person whose account name is under the post. Why? Because that person will get the positive and negative feedback involved with the post. How absurdly dystopian would it be, if we forced someone to have something stand in their ...
I agree with Doppelgreener's definition. However, your question - as written - has two moving parts to it.
Other answers may get into detail about general cases. I'd like to address your specific question: What options do I have for changing my character's sex?
Let us look at the two moving parts of your specific question. First, we have the seduction of ...
I agree with Doppelgreener's definition.
I would propose the sexuality tag be used in questions about a character's:
sexual rejections, or
as well as out of game ramifications regarding the above scenarios.
Questions about a character's gender identity, gender assignment, or genetic gender feels like it would ...
The statement you quote from my accepted answer is specific to that question.
Readying the spell requires casting the spell, and holding it with
Can be read as
[Satisfying the assumption made in the question that you are holding an effect or spell] requires [doing
something from a quoted section above], and [doing another thing from
Your question is sufficiently different and more specific to stand on its own
Your question asks explicitly about something (concentration when readying a magic item activation) that was, at best, an implicit part of the title of the original and was completely missing from the body. I would also like to point out that only one of the three answers even ...
Yes, this was an edit too far
The original form of the question asked the following:
Now, I was wondering what was the reasoning behind the choice of making a single initiative roll at the start of the fight, was it for the sake of simplicity or is there something else?
Furthermore, what else do you think we should absolutely change to keep the game ...
I think it goes too far.
I don't disagree with Rose's edit reason at all:
I've tried to simplify it down a bit while maintaining relevancy - all questions and examples are relevant to combat in a Vampire: the Masquerade setting and deserve an answer.
But this simplification needs to come from the OP, because the extent of re-wording borders on (in my ...
Here is a community wiki answer (open to edits from the community) with the proviso that this suggestion keeps the use of mental-health for both characters and players.
I haven't finished writing the 'Full Tag Wiki', but when done, it should contain a more detailed explanation of:
what questions should have this tag?
some basic definitions
If nothing else, we need to clarify the rule to stop misuse
There are users who seem to want to over-use the ban on designer-intent questions to close an enormous swath of questions that we can, have, and should handle quite well. (For instance, some seem ready to close any and all questions that include the word “why”). I have several times considered ...