This post won’t be very long because I have to get back to the bookkeeping, or ‘bookeeping’, as I once called it by accident.
I know they’re the interesting, exciting and mysterious pagans. But why is it that almost every time a paper does an editorial or interview with a Pagan or Heathen, that they always pick the flashy ones?
The ones with all the props, and sadly often little knowledge. The ones who say everyone does it their way. I’ve maybe seen two or three interviews where the subject hasn’t come off as a so-called ‘fluffy bunny’ or airhead, and even fewer of everyday Pagans and Heathens. How can we go about getting the ‘real’ people in articles, without seeming boring to the public? It would help correct the distorted image regular people have of us.
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