I attempted to find some information on this somewhere and couldn't, so please point me in the right direction if my question/comment is redundant.
Occasionally I try to do my part when browsing mods by selecting appropriate tags. Today was the first time I attempted to tag a mod with I term I think is appropriate, but was unable to, because the author has chosen to "disable" the use of that tag. I'm also guessing that the author has selected certain tags him/herself that they believe describe the mod, as this mod was uploaded less than a week ago and some tags have 99 "rep ups".
The mod is here.
I have nothing against this author or this mod. But, the anime-flavor to the companions, the females especially, is quite obvious. Yet, this author won't allow mod users to select "anime". The author has also (apparently) tagged it as "fair and balanced", which...I'm not sure it is or isn't. But, that also doesn't necessarily seem like the appropriate term to use for this mod. To me, if something is lore-unfriendly, it is inherently unbalanced...but that might just be me, lol.
At any rate, this seems counter to what the Nexus is striving to do with the tag feature, namely providing the community with the ability to pick terms that accurately describe the mod.