I think we should rename the tag:
It makes the tag more accurate,
It brings us more in line with the tagging used on other sites
There's no reason not to make the change.
People will still find it if they start typing lgbt by @JJJ
@JJJ also points out that we should make lgbt a synonym of lgbtq+ to keep it from being recreated
Probably lgbtq+ is the best ...
lgbt+ is now the master tag. lgbt and lgbtq+ were made synonyms and will be automatically remapped to lgbt+. Let me know if there are other commonly used variants we could use as synonyms.
Also, I copied the tag wiki from Interpersonal Skills.
I agree that they should be synonyms, but wouldn't it be better the other way?
I've always though of "Judicial Branch" being specifically American, as a reference to the 3 branches of government. I've never heard it used for another country. Would you really talk about the Judicial Branch of the UK?
judiciary is definitely more common and is definitely the ...
I've added a proposed tag synonym in the opposite direction, i.e. to https://politics.stackexchange.com/tags/history/synonyms since JJ's comment has received some upvotes. The synonym still needs some upvotes of its own to become effective.
The whole set of tags for the 3 typical branches of a government with separation of powers is a bit chaotic:
There is no tag executive but there is a tag executive-branch with 53 questions
There is a tag legislature with 13 questions but no tag legislative-branch. There is also a tag legislative-process with 89 questions with a couple questions which might ...