that people turn away from your blog because you are a pagan? It is quite obvious on my blogthat I am a pagan. I know a lot of people come to it from sites like this and others and I intuit that because they are more conservative that they immediately dismiss it. I am also concerned that it will turn people away if I am trying to do product reviews or giveaways. Have any of you had this experience?

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Hopefully by tomorrow I am gonna have a great piece up about reflections which I do every year at the solstice..if my kid would just stop bugging me(LOL).

I will keep you all posted on that.

In the meantime that is exactly what I was thinking and plan on inviting pagan owned businesses to submit things for my review and giveaways. I will be posting that here too.
Hi Dina, I am new to Mom Bloggers and I just joined the group.
I do understand what you are going through and I have seen this type of reaction not just on the net but in my own home town. I have raised my children as pagans, so they see what I went through as a pagan. You will always have people that will react that way..but there are more and more out there that look at you as a person and will purchase from you. Don't give up or let them bother you hon. Keep putting out the product reviews and giveaways. :) For everyone that turns away from your blog there are 3 that will keep looking at it..
I think that happens too. But then on the other hand I tend to not follow the blogs that quote scripture for the plain and simple fact I don't want to get emails from the blogger with the word of god in hopes to save my soul..... guess it works both ways. The daily quotes really tend to turn me away........

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