Um, I don’t know. Probably like it’s pretty normal, I guess. Since I am not married and not in a relationship (I think, maybe… that’s still… I’m bad at talking and he’s bad at talking but that’s a tangent…) so it’s mostly just my family and my friends, which luckily for me are all Pagan of one kind or another, so most of them accept the use of Magic.
I think I’m in a really lucky position and I wish a lot of the rest of you could be in my position, because it’s so different. I have never been in the broom closet and I have always skipped those chapters of the books because they’re irrelevant. My mother is Wiccan (maybe, I’m not sure if she still uses that term today) and she supplied my first Pagan book and is a wealth of discussion (we don’t so much share knowledge as ideas). We actually had a family altar that remained set up at all times and we participated in Magic and other rituals with her. I feel pretty confidant in saying that my immediately older sister and my little sister also perform Magic, though the eldest I’m not to sure about (I’m the 3rd of 4 daughters).
I was also never very good at making friends (it goes back to that talking thing) until I went to college and joined the Pagan Student Association, so most of my friends come from that group and they pretty much accept that some of us do Magic and some of us don’t.
***You may have noticed that I don’t add a ‘k’ to the word ‘Magic’ and that is mostly because I feel that it is showy. I have instead (just now) decided that I will capitalise it to make a separation from magic card tricks and Magic which people tend to spell with a k.***