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A category is a feature of many websites, including Wikipedia, that groups related articles together based on a shared topic or theme. For example, there might be a category for articles about sex toys, or one for articles about different sexual positions. Categories can be helpful for users who are looking for information on a specific topic.

Categories are usually displayed at the bottom of an article, in a section labelled "Categories" or "See also". Clicking on a category will take you to a page that lists all of the articles in that category. Categories can also be nested, so a subcategory might be included within a larger category.

In order to add an article to a category, editors can add a special code to the article's text. This code will automatically add the article to the appropriate category when the page is saved. Categories can also be created and modified by editors.

Categories can be a useful way to navigate a website and find related articles. They can also help editors keep track of articles on a specific topic and ensure that related articles are linked together. Overall, categories are an important part of organizing information on the internet.

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