November 5, 2006

Druid priestess denied entry to bar | | The Australian

Druid priestess denied entry to bar | | The Australian: "She previously told the tribunal that as a druid she was unable to accept compensation."

The idea that one should not accept compensation for religious work has long been a regular tenet of many Neopagan paths, including some Druids. In this particular case, it appears Morgan believed that she was discriminated against based upon religious discrimination while the judge ruled that it was age discrimination.

Because she was harmed, she should have accepted the money. To not do so allowed the offenders to have less of a penalty for their actions. Had the discrimination been based upon religion, she should have the money donated on her behalf to an appropriate non-profit Druid organization.

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