The tags an author attaches to a story is an interesting subject, especially in how some authors apply them. The site author guidelines make it clear you should tag for what goes on in the story, and not what happens off the screen.
What is also important is some of the tags only relate to sexual activity, while some relate to general activity. For example: the tags on Level of Consent clearly relate to consent to sexual activity and only relate to stories with sexual activity on the screen, while the tags on Story Type clearly have no sexual connotation of activity in their names, although they may be applied to stories with sexual activity or no sexual activity.
Now, what is not so clear is if the tags on Age / Gender are meant to relate only to sexual activity or in general to apply to all stories. Thus some authors apply them to no sex stories and some don't.
Linked in with that are the choices of the amount of sex described on screen in the story. There appears to be many interpretations of what qualifies for each of the levels of sexual activity from Minimal Sex to Much Sex.
Anyway, I started this thread to cause authors to think on their tags and how they use them, because I found a story today that is marked as Minimal Sex has 366 kb (approx 60,000 to 65,000 words) with the tags: mt/ft, Ma/ft, mt/Fa, Mult, Consensual, Reluctant, Magic, Slavery, BiSexual, Heterosexual, Science Fiction, Time Travel, Historical, Humor, Cheating, Incest, Brother, Sister, MaleDom, Spanking, Light Bond, Orgy, Polygamy/Polyamory, Interracial, White Couple, Black Female, White Male, Oriental Male, Hispanic Male, Hispanic Female, First, Safe Sex, Oral Sex, Anal Sex, Squirting, Flatulence, School - which is a damn lot of different types of action for a minimal sex story.
BTW I was searching for No sex or minimal sex stories in a particular story type. Almost all the other stories listed had only 4 to 8 tags, and most had an age and story type tag. Thus this one really stood out.
Anyway, as I said, authors, please think about the tags and tag appropriately for what happens on screen in your stories.