Category talk:Vulgar symbols

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The two symbols appear to be overly specific to necessitate their own category. Could they be merged into a different category? -- 05:48, 1 May 2007 User:Buttonwillow mckittrick

Category could probably have a better name -- "symbols of sexuality", or whatever... AnonMoos 00:29, 16 August 2007 (UTC)
Or "Iconic symbols of female sexuality" (as the membership of this category currently stands), where "iconic" is used in its Piercean sense... AnonMoos 10:00, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
Why not just delete this category as it is totally empty and duplicates category: vulva symbols? Jorva 19:50, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
That's nice -- however, it wasn't empty and wasn't a duplicate of anything on September 29th, 2007... AnonMoos 20:32, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
The Czech symbol en:píča is not "vulva symbol", only - this is really very vulgar symbol. This is the reason, why I created this category. Could you recommend me some better category? I would like to give a link to commons category to the Czech article cs:píča. --Ludek 18:39, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
OK, I've done some reading and I think understand the problem; the píča is more offensive than for example a yoni and it is appearently used to insult and offend people. I suggest we keep this category, put all píča-images in as well this category as in the Vulva Symbols-category. But then we should move this category to another parental category; as there might be other vulgar symbols that might not represent a vulva. Or, we could replace this category with "category: Píča symbols", as there are quite a lot of them, and stuff them all in their very own category. What do you think would be best? Jorva 21:54, 17 January 2008 (UTC)