Well, here are some "thou shalt nots" which I have come across while speaking to younger Wiccans (mostly eclectic):
Thou shalt not:
-- Suggest that what others are doing is hogwash. You have no right to question another's right to believe that they are a fuzzy pink unicorn, and if I want to teach Wicca on the Internet and charge $300 per degree, it is my prerogative.
-- State that sex and drugs were ever a part of witch practices. To do so is surely an affront to the Goddess, and no those don't fall under acts of love and pleasure, they checked.
-- Define your own communities. Anyone who claims to be Wiccan must be recognized as such, got it? I can abduct Mayan gods for my circle if I want to.
This new conservatism is not just marked by what we cannot do, it also is marked by what we must do or be. If we don't, or we are not, then we are not really Wiccan:
-- Be out and loud about your practices. How can we be the world's next uber religion if we don't shout it from the rooftops? It's all a numbers game, man.
-- Be a vegetarian, but being a vegan is best. Screw The Lord of the Hunt, he's just the Goddess's boy toy anyway. Oh, and those beeswax candles, you know how many bees dies for those? You should use LED faux candles to avoid petroleum based products too.
-- Politicize the Craft. If you aren't screaming that the environment, women's rights, religious freedom etc. are in danger, and using Wicca as a platform to do it, you are not doing it right.
-- Be obsessed with organics foods, GMOs, gluten, homesteading, composting or some other similar pursuit you are just not Wiccan enough, or even Pagan enough for that matter.
These are just a few of the expected behaviors of the new regime. I am not downing the importance of environmentalism, political action, or inclusiveness. I am simply saying that before Wicca came to the US, and before it became a self initiating free for all, it was a practice of Witchcraft. That is how many traditionalists still practice it. That is, between our charity work, our jobs, raising our families, and our political activism we focus on the practice of magic and the worship of the Old Gods. We just choose to approach these other important things as John and Jane Q. Public instead of representatives of Wicca. The Christian Right wants to meddle in our government, and I don't think that lobbying congress as Wiccans is much different. I like my church and state separate, thank you very much. I like my food locally grown because I like to help my neighbor, not because I am fighting Monsanto for the Goddess. I eat meat because its delicious and because it places me in the cycle of life, death and rebirth in a way that has meaning for me as a male in relation to the God. I have no desire for Wiccan Churches; no desire to unseat the Christians as the largest world religion. I respect and honor Pagan activists like Selena Fox for her tireless work preserving and protecting the rights of those who need help, but I respectfully rebel against the demands of the New Wicca as detailed above. After all, witchcraft begins with rebellion.