Date: September 14, 2020 05:14PM
Pagans (large P) follow the Old (pre-Christian) Gods. Usually, of their pre-Christian ancestors, but not necessarily. A Pagan does not follow the Gods of the Book (Old Testament, New Testament, Quaran). How they choose to follow their Gods is totally individual. Some are Wiccan, which meshes Witchcraft with Paganism and has the Rede as their Law "Do what ye will, but harm none." Not all Witches are Wiccans, or even Pagan. There are Christian and Jewish Witches out there. I've never met a Muslim Witch. Many Pagans do not use Witchcraft. So, the lesson here is that there are Pagans, Witches, Wiccans and more. There are many combinations of all.
Do Pagans believe in Christ or the Devil? No. These are constructs of the people of the Book, and Pagans do not believe in those constructs.
Is it family oriented? It can be. It depends on the person's beliefs and group (if they have one.)
Do Pagans believe in non-suppression of sexuality? Most Pagans I know do not believe in suppressing one's sexuality. I'm sure there are frigid Pagans out there, just as there are in any grouping.
Do Pagans believe in community? Many do. Being Pagan, it is often difficult to find a community where you live, so many are Solitaries by necessity. Then, there are people who are Solitary by choice, just as in any grouping.
Please read : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paganism