Hospitality and Safety Policy


Coru Cathubodua Priesthood Hospitality and Safety Policy

The Coru Cathubodua Priesthood respects and welcomes all persons regardless of color, ethnicity, age, ability, religion, size, class, perceived or actual sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. We strive to create welcoming, safe, supportive, inclusive, and consent-based spaces as well as brave spaces that foster mutual learning, growing, and above all, accountability.


We have an individual and shared responsibility to guard against behaviors that demean, threaten, or otherwise harm individuals. Because these actions not only harm individuals, they impact and harm our community as a whole. We will not tolerate prejudice and discrimination. Unsafe behaviors and words, including but not limited to racism, sexism, ageism, classism, transphobia, homophobia, xenophobia, ethnicism, sizeism, ableism and other prejudicial and discriminatory behaviors will not be tolerated.


We insist on affirmative consent before touching anyone’s person or property. We will not tolerate harassment and abuse. Transgressions in the form of verbal, physical, and/or sexual harassment, abuse, and assault, as well as violations of consent and personal boundaries are grounds for removal or banning from Coru-held spaces. This applies to online as well as in-person events managed by the Coru.


We insist on these respectful behaviors so that our events, conference hospitality suites, and Temple spaces remain safe spaces for all attendees. Violations of this policy will be considered an infringement against our hospitality, and offenders will be asked to leave. Should the violations be repeated, or sufficiently severe, offenders will be banned from attending any Coru events, whether online or in-person.


Updated May 2023