Okay, Poweryoga said "No" ...
...but I must say, "braids" is one case where I wish we used more narrowly-defined tags (albeit not to the point of starshine's response, which I interpreted as sarcasm.)
Use this tag when a yukkuri is doing something with its braids; flapping them manically, holding things... or when something is being done to the braids of a yukkuri (e.g. cutting them off).
This seems like it's way too broad to be useful. If I were to search for "braids Reimu abuse" looking for pictures of Reimu's sidelocks being cut off, I'd also be swamped with pictures of Reimu flailing (as she does) as she's burned/stabbed/drowned/amagiried.
As I was formulating this reply, I noticed that we have a braid_loss tag, so why not change the last part of the braids definition to say, "If the braids are being removed or destroyed, use the more specific braid_loss tag instead" ?
Even longer response:
In an ideal world, I'd like a separate tag for non-flapping uses of prehensile braids. Call it "braid_use" (or "hair_use" or "prehensile_hair," since, IIRC, there have been rare instances of non-braided yukkuris like Alices grabbing things with their hair.)
So there'd be disambiguation on the Braids page, like:
"Use the tag flapping if the yukkuri is maniacally flapping its braids around (e.g. out of emotion, out of pain, in order to fly).
Use the tag hair_use for all other cases in which a yukkuri is performing an action with its braids/hair (e.g. pointing, writing, holding something).
Use the tag braid_loss if the braids are being (or have been) removed or destroyed.
Use the tag braids as a catch-all when the yukkuri's braids are somehow of interest, but the picture ddo not qualify for one of the tags above.."