A recent question asked about Quakers.
However, the Religious Society of Friends are not actually "Quakers"--that's a nickname. Just like for "Mormons" we use the lds tag, we probably should use a tag that actually reflects the doctrine of the belief system, rather than the nickname.
So, what tag should we use for the Religious Society of Friends?
- society-of-friends This may be my favorite.
- friends isn't very obvious, since you could be asking about... you know, friends, not Friends.
- quaker isn't ideal since it's a nickname.
- quakerism this seems to have some traction, since both Wikipedia and the Catholic Encyclopedia uses the term (although not as the title of their articles).
While quakers in general don't mind the nickname "Quaker", using almost as equally as "Friends" (based on quaker.org and my experiences in the denomination), I'm not sure if it would be technically accurate. Also, I like quakerism since it adds the "ism", but I don't think Quakers use that term at all in reference to their belief structure (but rather Society of Friends).
But then again, how technically accurate do we need to be?