If Red hair vandalizes said page with fake images and false villain-fighting info again like he did with the Ami Onuki page, can you consider protect? I have a feeling he might revert my edit and that is why I blocked him on the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi wiki (since I am the admin there)
Might wanna check on that page for false information and fake images. There's info that says said character has a ninja outfit which never happened in the animated series as well as images that are fake.
Yeah, I've delt with him before. I blocked him on the Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi wiki because he did the same thing there, and in my opinion, he does nothing but utterly vile vandalism since all he does is add trashy images and false information. Not to mention he removes warnings he recieves from admins. I don't want to give him attention, but I'm just saying.
Who is attractive or unattractive is subjective, it's unclear where the cutoff on "busty" would be (would make more sense to do by cup size, if known) and it's also subjective/unclear as to what makes a character perverted or not.
In the latter case, rather than organize them by a "perverted" personality (which seems like fan speculation) if something like that were to be tracked, it should probably be by behavior. For example, a character who spies on other characters would be Category:Voyeurs and a character who touches others without permission would be Category:Gropers. This would be more specific to what evidence labeling a character is based on.
You may also wish to instruct those like User:YTP King (who you had promoted to Content Moderator) not to add it as they did here.
At the same time, I don't think it's appropriate for your newly-promoted moderator Popdropper to go around calling people perverts/pedophiles for having added that category to pages like Hinata's. File:Hinata Hyūga.png is clearly not a prepubescent child. Talking to other users like that is abusive.