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- Posted: Fri, 12 Oct 2012 21:51:46 +0000
No, I am also not offended. I don't feel that the inverted pentacle on Gaia contributes to a culture of creedism toward Pagans. Though we are a minority, no discrimination will be added by this artistic license.
Is that because it doesn't single out pagans and is a symbol that crosses many religious and ethnic traditions (including Christianity, Baha'i and the Druze), or do you think that misrepresentations in cyberspace in general aren't as meaningful to flesh and blood people offline?
I think that this firmly falls into the realm of art, regardless of cyberspace or other media. Thus, if people are offended, they can feel validly that way, just as somebody could get offended at the nudity of a statue in an art museum. I am not offended in either case.