In my world, there are magical humans often called wizards (their scientific name is Homo magicus) (so, they are still humans, just not Homo sapiens).
They are traditionally a very religious race. Their society is a polytheistic theocracy, and is divided in five castes (from the purest to the most unclean):
- Clergy (that includes monks and nuns, shamans, and priests and priestesses);
- Rulers, and warriors (that includes nobles, police officers, security guards, soldiers, and counter-terrorists);
- Businesspeople, and scientists (that includes farmers, traders, merchants, and medical doctors);
- Artists, sportspeople, and workers (that includes professional singers, professional martial artists, electricians, plumbers, miners, and sex workers);
- Untouchables/outcastes/outlaws (the homologues to Indian Dalits) (that includes street sweepers, latrine cleaners, pirates, criminal bikers, gangsters, mobsters, hitpeople, and spies).
In their religion, priest, priestesses, shamans, monks, and nuns can marry and reproduce, but, in the case of monks and nuns, only some of them do legally, because if they want to marry and have children (either biologically or by adoption), they must do something useful for the Wizarding Empire.
Finally, in the main Wizard religion, some neurodivergent people like autistics, schizophrenics, and empaths, are considered sacred individuals. Many monks and nuns are autistic, or schizophrenic, or empathic, or two of those things, or all those three things.
So, I wonder why would neurodivergent people be sacred individuals.
Note 1: there are non-magical humans (Homo sapiens and other species from the Homo genus) in this world, some of them are immigrants from the wizarding society, but most are treated like second class citizens (or rather, fifth class citizens, sorry for the pun).
Note 2: the deities are not real in this world.