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No, it isn't silly. We used to accept requests for recommendations, but we found that to be too problematic, so a couple of years ago the community decided that such questions are off-topic. Your question has been closed because it's off-topic. Generally speaking, we don't go looking for such questions (and there are still plenty left), but if one comes ...


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Altered sounds like there is a certain ownership to it. Anyone with editing privileges can take part in shaping up a tag wiki. So the correct question to ask the community and your fellow users is whether tag usage should be included in the tag wiki.


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OKCupid is a web application, listings are not static and the information is dynamically updated with a feed in a similar format to how Facebook/LinkedIn/Twitter updates their posts. The adult content is near non existent on the site, that is, You will have to look for it to find it, in the same way one may: stumble across a nude Tumblr blog stumble ...


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While these two questions could be legitimate they do smell a lot like spam/astroturfing. The subject matter is not explicitly off topic, but as it deals with adult relationships I can see how some people might object. I have no view one way or the other. I've left comments on both to encourage the user to declare any interest they might have in the site ...


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