One calling oneself a Pagan Wiccan might meet with sneers from some circles. After all, both terms have taken on somewhat of a flawed reputation--through no fault of their own. Taken on their own merit, the terms deserve understanding and respect.
The simple truth of the Pagan Wiccan is that such a person does not subscribe to the teachings of any particular monotheistic religion. As we all have the right to our individual beliefs, such a difference in focus is in no way a bad thing. Wicca draws on a multitude of different religious traditions and recognizes the history of a number of polytheistic belief systems, among them Celtic and Greek.
Pagan Wiccan Teachings
Furthermore, the root teachings of Wicca promote harmony with the earth and it's elements as a path towards spiritual enlightenment. No dark rituals here, and nothing to fear from such lessons. In fact, Wicca goes so far as to emphasize respect for oneself and for others as they make their way along the path, teachings that are difficult to argue with.
With myths handily dispelled, understanding and learning come to the fore. When seeking new outlets for absorbing Wicca information, look to some of the thriving online communities of Wiccans. For those who are beginning Wicca or those who are further along in the journey, such communities provide instant access to lessons and support.