So here comes an article I’d like to pass on to you. It’s one of the rare yet even more imporatant journalistic sources about paganism as something perfectly normal and where there is made an effort to get rid of some of the most crucial prejudices:
Horror movies and television shows have painted a less-than-pretty picture of those who practice witchcraft by portraying them as practitioners of magic spells intended for evil purposes. In reality, the one rule most Wiccans follow, called the Wiccan Rede, is: An it harm none, do what thou wilt.
Yet sure it is mostly Wicca-centric (and I’ll have to come back at the Wiccan Rede at one point), as most publicity-related stuff within Paganism in the “West” seems to be, though there’s also a druidic woman interviewed though it sounds a little oversimplified and put together from different pieces
Melinda Berry belongs to the Sisterhood of Avalon, a national community of women who practice druidism, a nature-based religion that worships Welsh goddesses.
Yet in the even when it comes to the “diversity issue” one could manage to use it as a postive example.