I am saying that I think it is unnecessary to add a tag if what you are seeking is a male perspective. Male is considered the unspoken norm. The pronoun "he" is used when talking about an example/theoretical person, for example. Generally, especially on the internet, one is assumed male until disclosed otherwise. This isn't about Hubski demographics although the demographics here certain demonstrate that (I think). I understand that Yossarian is probably just trying to be inclusive and equal with his proposal (and see? I don't know for sure Yossarian is a dude, I'm just assuming because it's the given ) but, due to both demographics and expectations/assumptions, I find the proposal unnecessary.
The girls' tag is set up, in part, in order to seek out a female perspective because male is the norm. If male is the norm, why specially mark articles for it? You already know most of the comments on most of the article are by boys anyway. It would end up being tag clutter, ultimately.