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: the highest one is the religious caste (which is composed of priests and priestesses, monks and nuns, and shamans).
In their society, some people who are LGBTQIA+ are sacred individuals. This is the case for transgender people, non-binary people, and genderfluid people. This is also the case for polyamorous people. Finally, this is also the case for bi people (biromantic and bisexual people), omni people (omniromantic and omnisexual people), and pan people (panromantic and pansexual people).
Many priests and priestesses are polyamorous and bisexual, or omnisexual, or pansexual (in this religion, priests and priestesses have the right to marry and to reproduce, and this is even encouraged). Many shamans are transgender, or non-binary, or even genderfluid. Many monks and nuns are aromantic, or asexual, or autoromantic, or autosexual, or abroromantic, or abrosexual.
So, I wonder why would LGBTQIA+ people be sacred individuals.