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I don't think this category is a good idea. If someone wants a page that talks about the role of noblewomen in Westeros, they should make an article about it, not a category. I don't think we need to split up every character category into male and female. -[[User:Crawdad|Crawdad]] 17:19, 23 April 2007 (CDT)
 
I don't think this category is a good idea. If someone wants a page that talks about the role of noblewomen in Westeros, they should make an article about it, not a category. I don't think we need to split up every character category into male and female. -[[User:Crawdad|Crawdad]] 17:19, 23 April 2007 (CDT)
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Okay, I am going to basically be as tactful as I can in this response -
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:When you say "I don't think we need to split up every character category into male and female." I find that to be a veiled insult, and it seems to me that you missed my preliminary note that I put on the article page. I certainly don't recall suggesting that we split up articles for tailors and seamstresses, for example. I specifically said that this page would a place to give general guidelines over the role of noblewomen and specifically a discussion over their inheritance rights since that is an obvious point of confusion and contention in the discussion forums I have visited.--[[User:Daena the defiant|Daena the defiant]] 18:35, 25 April 2007 (CDT)
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:I've made noblewomen a subcategory of nobles. This will put all nobles in the noble category, but still allow users to separate them out by gender. -[[User:Oorag|Oorag]] 14:10, 25 April 2007 (CDT)
 
:I've made noblewomen a subcategory of nobles. This will put all nobles in the noble category, but still allow users to separate them out by gender. -[[User:Oorag|Oorag]] 14:10, 25 April 2007 (CDT)

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I don't think this category is a good idea. If someone wants a page that talks about the role of noblewomen in Westeros, they should make an article about it, not a category. I don't think we need to split up every character category into male and female. -Crawdad 17:19, 23 April 2007 (CDT)

Okay, I am going to basically be as tactful as I can in this response -

When you say "I don't think we need to split up every character category into male and female." I find that to be a veiled insult, and it seems to me that you missed my preliminary note that I put on the article page. I certainly don't recall suggesting that we split up articles for tailors and seamstresses, for example. I specifically said that this page would a place to give general guidelines over the role of noblewomen and specifically a discussion over their inheritance rights since that is an obvious point of confusion and contention in the discussion forums I have visited.--Daena the defiant 18:35, 25 April 2007 (CDT)
I've made noblewomen a subcategory of nobles. This will put all nobles in the noble category, but still allow users to separate them out by gender. -Oorag 14:10, 25 April 2007 (CDT)