- voice: "This tag should be used for questions about the usage of a literary voice in your writing, such as questions about common words in a certain style, rhyming or the representation of sounds created to communicate between two members of a species."
- passive-voice: "This tag should be used for questions about utilizing the passive voice in your writing, for example how much you should use the passive voice or when to prefer passive voice over active voice."
- voice-choice: "This tag should be used for questions about the process of choosing a voice in which you want to write your literary work."
Neither of them is used very often, and it seems to me that the latter two could be merged into the first one. The difference in the descriptions is marginal - one notable exception is "representation of sounds created to communicate" in the voice definition, but that already seems slightly out of place within the tag itself.
Should these three tags be merged?
And side question, is this question even necessary, or should I simply have made the changes? I see lots of discussions about tags here, so I thought it best to ask the question first. However, users get the ability to change tags very early on. It seems as if this is supposed to encourage proactivity.