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Tenets vs. Tenants -- commonly confused words.

TENANTS are the people who rent an apartment or commercial space from a landlord. TENETS are the core principles of a religion or philosophy. Unfortunately, more people on the web seem to substitute "tenants" for "tenets" than actually use the latter word correctly. -- —This unsigned post was made by Entomologist. Please sign all posts with ~~~~.

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Prominence of prostitution

2E/Lost Omens sources significantly reduce the prominence of prostitution in Calistria's faith, but more by conscious omission than as a retcon or setting progression. Not sure how best to effect that change on the wiki considering the canon policy. -Oznogon (talk) 16:17, 17 November 2020 (UTC)

Is there a statement we can reference, Oznogon, as I was not aware of this change/evolution? I think adding a suitable footnote on the page at the first mention of prostitution (with or without the official statement) should cover it without us trying to retcon. Slightly more obvious would be to add the 1E template to any sentence that was particularly 1E-aligned and add a footnote stating what the {{1E name}} meant. I'd prefer the former as it doesn't bring real-world concepts into the main text area. Anyway, two suggestions. --Fleanetha (talk) 17:50, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
Nothing explicit or exclusive came up, it's just an observation that the tone and focus has changed. Lost Omens Gods & Magic did reject the reputation of all Calistrian temples being brothels, as opposed to just sexually liberal meeting places, but prostitution isn't mentioned with regard to Calistria in G&M at all, in favor of her appealing more broadly to sex workers.
Meanwhile, Lymnieris took on more prominence as a deity specifically focused on prostitution and sex work, as a primary focus and in a good-aligned manner, and added chaotic good cleric alignment in 2E. Arshea also took on roles around sexual and gender liberation, and is also explicitly good-aligned. These deities (both newer in when they were introduced to the canon) made it clearer that sex work wasn't exclusively Calistrian, and consequently not inherently chaotic (or evil, or violent) in nature by association.
Because there's nothing explicitly stating these represent a shift in position, there's not much new to say in the article. But because so much older Calistrian material focuses on concepts like temple prostitutes, and newer content more strictly balances her portfolio with trickery and vengeance, the wiki article strikes a noticeably different tone than the current canon. -Oznogon (talk) 01:33, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
The things you get to discuss on the wiki...So, likely time will redress the imbalance as more 2e info is added without a need of direct intervention then. --Fleanetha (talk) 22:44, 18 November 2020 (UTC)