These questions are always tough. As I'd read a little way before I voted, I saw that using the author's thoght process, I should vote for Option 2, as Wicca is not "commonly known." I would have selected Option 1 had I not read that, but I don't really have a problem with that.
Based on some of the posts here, I had a couple of thoughts I wanted to share.
By Nikki Peppermint: Wicca is something I'm studying because it's interesting and seems to fit with my life right now. But should something better come along, I have no problem changing my beliefs. Mostly I'm agnostic and this is the first spiritual path I've found that matches what I feel and believe in. It's inviting to me because for the most part, after adhering to a very few basic principles, I can pretty much do and believe in whatever I choose.
I'm glad you are enjoying the exploration of Wicca, and finding it a good fit for your life. As a member of a teaching group, I have found a number of individuals become interested in Wicca, and then find through their searches that there may be a better path for them elsewhere, so I appreciate your comments on that. Like protestent Christianity, there are a number of Traditions within Wicca, and while many are eclectic and are based more on shared values than beliefs, many others have very structured belief systems. Someone from one of those Traditions might have been troubled by that last bit. No worries, just pointing it out for conversation purposes.
By Lady of Mystery: I think it is a wise choice to simply keep still and not state what one's religious beliefs are ESPECIALLY if one is a Christian.
I'm sorry you feel this way! Religion, like politics is a volitile subject, but also like politics, it is one of the formative principles of any society. I understand that many Christians feel as you do, and I wonder if there is something to be learned from the observation that many Christians, Wiccans, Athiests and others seem to share the same discomfort when they open themselves for a discussion of faith.
Anyway, keep the faith!