I've seen the term voop used for male foxes as well, as all voop is is a play of the word vulpine. I think the information should be moved over to the fox article in general and just mention that this is commonly used for vixens.--Kendricks Redtail 07:40, 7 June 2007 (UTC)
- I just call foxes voops in general sometimes, I didn't know it was a gender related thing. Is there a specific reference elsewhere that says that voop means specifically a female fox? Otherwise, let's generalize it. - Ronin
Vixen, cleanup tag
The characters in question have been added have in reference articles, specially Wikipedia or toon wikis, been officially described in detail also as vixen. This is just a disambiguating page directing people around from a short single description, and all information is not detailed.
We been adding not only "name" related people/items/webcomics, but also toons/characters/fursonas that are know as the species/name listed (i.e. Ninjara, a character from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic series, is a known fox, doesn't have the name on her, but Wiki's describe her as "fox", so she is in the "Fox" disambiguation page, and she is listed as a "vixen" in one of the TMNT, that's why she is this page). TL;DR: This is a disambiguation page: It lists name related entries, but also characters that are know officially as "vixens".
Would not have researched and add them if this data was not backed up by popular culture knowledge or other wiki's. There are a lot (quite a LOT) more Female Foxes in mainstream media, but NOT all are identify as "Vixens". Trust me, I didn't see the need to add ALL of them because they are female foxes.
I short, don't see the need of the cleanup tag - Spirou 02:23, 6 October 2012 (EDT)
Redirect to Fox (species)?
I'm not seeing any characters in this list with Vixen as a personal name. See Talk:Twilight; disambiguation pages are intended to be for how something might be linked to: name not topic. -- Sine 20:32, 13 October 2012 (EDT)
- As stated before, the only female fox characters listed in this article are ones which are also officially known by their franchise companies (i.e Disney, WB, etc,...) as "Vixen". Although I have to add 7 more entries, to it (mostly characters), I will make the point with the character "Maid Marian" (see edit). I was/am going to add that information to pre and existing articles (X, also known as X Vixen), but I'm still doing four disambiguation pages, plus followed up after that by a planned upload of quite a few pieces of media.
- Unless you could suggest a sub disambiguation to the disambiguation page for "Fox characters also know as "Vixen"." - Spirou 07:02, 14 October 2012 (EDT)