Redirect to minor sexual organ components (part #7)
Once more, again, one more time: No all the secondary organic parts of a sexual organ need to have it's own redirect or article. Those can be linked to its associate main organ via internal link, e.g. Vulva, main anatomical part Penis, or a direct to a Wikipedia link (Sheath).
Going this path, again, will result on a cascade effect (Clitoris, Hood, Labia Minora, G-Spot, etc...), which could result in conflicting redirects (Sheath may refer to both a part of the Penes on certain male animals, but also describes the female vagina), or double classification: Anus; part of the digestive or sexual system?.
This has been indicate to you more than a dozen times: Can't tell if misguided "good faith" edit, stubbornness or trolling. Really, it's getting tiresome to delete and repeat this explanation several times over. Please continue with the helpful edits, please restrain from sexually over-redirecting the Wiki. - Spirou (talk) 03:05, 7 July 2014 (EDT)
- Yes, they were all "good-faith" edits. Jarble (talk) 20:02, 7 July 2014 (EDT)
(Via FA note. Thanks)
Well, it's not "meaningful good faith" and "stubbornness" after all, was it?. Thank to a heads up, here the point: We have other EDitors (including ED sysops) helping with Wikifur articles (note "helping"), so now that somebody outed your cover, all sexual/genitalia edits are considered suspect or trolling (e.g. Dolphin).
Yes, other EDitors have had a added their "brand' of editing along helpful ones, but (A) They have no problems being honest about who they really are (ED EDitors and/or Staff), nor it is skin of their nose to actually add something valuable while (B) smacking the Wiki around from time to time. Tl;dr: They are honest about, and this is a note to "tone down' in the future. Hope this helps. - Spirou (talk) 19:47, 7 July 2014 (EDT)
- I haven't made any significant edits, except for simple linking and copyediting. Jarble (talk) 20:01, 7 July 2014 (EDT)
- ("I haven't made any significant edits")... Accessed a non-sexual article's (Dolphin) history change page, selected and copied non-relevant section deleted priorly and copy/pasted the 2,932 character long section into the article "Genitalia".
- Please do continue with the helpful edits only, thank you. - Spirou (talk) 20:32, 7 July 2014 (EDT)