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I chose this image as my avatar - due to it's lolita fashion awesomeness and the inclusion of a neko - in a quite enviable position - as per my name.
How can this image (and some of its child images) have the tag trap on them but no character tag? How do we know that either of these girls is really a guy without knowing who they are? If one of them is a trap, then I assume that it's the one in the back given the obvious cleavage/breasts on the girl in front, but I have no idea how anyone could come to the conclusion that either of them is a trap without having information beyond what's in the image.

It seems to me that either neither is a trap or that these images are missing character tags.
Kalessin said:
How can this image (and some of its child images) have the tag trap on them but no character tag? How do we know that either of these girls is really a guy without knowing who they are? If one of them is a trap, then I assume that it's the one in the back given the obvious cleavage/breasts on the girl in front, but I have no idea how anyone could come to the conclusion that either of them is a trap without having information beyond what's in the image.

It seems to me that either neither is a trap or that these images are missing character tags.
This is what I said inference tag rather than the precisely. In fact I am not sure how to identify its a trap or not in anime world, but maybe some of the relationships can be textual researched. Such as the artist's custom habbit, or the book, game or anime which the picture was came from etc. You know some of the artist almost enjoying to draw trap boys, nearly few exceptions, or the article of the book has declared it's a trap book, so they made it a trap tag. However, such method is not safe and sometimes causes danger of anything going wrong, what if the artist changed his mind and drew a true girl, and if we only apply based on that, anyannko's this picture would be tagged by loli or even naked because the misrecognization. Perhaps there are the other ways to make it clear, the boys' behavior and pose are different from girls although they can pretend they are female creatures, there are also some physically different details between the sex gap, the most obviously is the breast size, boy's breast doesn't develop, but what if they put some fake ones in clothes? There are more of them which I can't say it in human language. Sometimes boys are taller and bigger than girls when in same age, the arms and legs would be a little stronger, and so on. Despite in such blah, I still don't recommend to tag a picture with trap when mysterious is in it, the character, book name or the author's instruction. For this picture, I'd better temporary believe the neko is a trap.

And finally my bad English is above, I don't guarantee whether you truely understand what it means. Typing such a big conversation is a horrible nightmare for me.
Kalessin said:
How can this image (and some of its child images) have the tag trap on them but no character tag?
I don't have the book with me now, but if I remember correctly, he did mention something about trap in the comment page.
bakaneko said:
I chose this image as my avatar - due to it's lolita fashion awesomeness and the inclusion of a neko - in a quite enviable position - as per my name.