Instead here on the forums we have people who claim they love WoW but instead of confronting her about the problems (leave civilized feedback on the Blizzard forums and the appointed feedback email address) what they do what in your example would be yelling at her in street corners "I've been fucking your sister (playing other games) you lazy fuck, and will dump your ugly ass unless you turn back into the person you were ten years ago. And get a facelift too while you're at it." That's not civilized feedback or loving somebody or criticising them about problems. It's you trying to control others lives and not doing anything to be supportive or helpful.
People change and get older and (usually) wiser. Often they learn to tolerate different opinions while broadening their world view. So why is that not allowed from the game you supposedly love? WoW does not exclude anybody from doing things they liked ten years ago, you can still do hard raids if you want. Instead it has grown and matured and changed with the world, accepting everybody as they are without prejudice.
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Instead of expecting the world (of warcraft) to bend to your wishes and whims you need to conform to majority rule. That's how things work in the real life.