There still is the traditional Wicca, but to learn it you need to join a coven, and who wants that? it's hard to find one in your area, and they might want you to do things there way, but you could just google it and do your own thing. Wicca is a very open and accepting religion, but i think that's taken advantage of. 'i agree with British Traditional Wicca, except for this one tiny point, so i'm founding my own path!' then someone comes to this new path and says the same thing, until eventually you have Christian Wicca, Dianic Wicca, even Fae and Draconic Wicca which i'm not oppose to, but they're not Wicca outside of say the rede and threefold law. [which is all you need to be Wiccan, right?] Christianity is similar, they all believe the same story but focus on different aspects, one prays to Mary, others sing songs, handles snakes, prays more, long confusing list.
as much as i love him, i think Scott Cunningham played a major part in this view of Wicca being whatever you want it to be so long as you don't harm someone [unless they deserve it. again, that's still Wiccan, right?] i own most of his books and i do love them, but i actually didn't read his most famous work Wicca: A Solitary Guide until a few years ago. maybe it's just me, but i was a little frustrated with the book. sure it had definitions, but it was mostly 'do what you feel'. which some Wiccans i know applaud Cunningham for that, i still prefer Raymond Buckland because he wrote with some conviction and it wasn't until later in the book, [once you have 'the basics' and a footing] did he say you can change some stuff to fit your needs. i feel that's the hard part of Paganism in general, you can't say most things without someone jumping up to say 'in my path...'
Wicca is probably going to get more and more watered down as time goes by, but those who want the core of the faith will seek out covens [not saying you need a coven to practice, just if you want to learn from generations of a path] i mean, i'm an eclectic Wiccan, but i follow rather closely to Bucklands path, but i'm not in a coven, so i can't officially call myself anything beyond eclectic really.