All groups seem to go through fracturing. I remember when I was into circlejerking on /r/atheism until ElevatorGate happened, which was my introduction to SJWs and the red pill that feminism isn't actually about equality. I no longer felt like I belonged with atheist groups. Or when I joined up with a veteran based anti-war group when I got out of the military, only to find out they weren't really anti-war, just anti-conservative and anti-republican. I no longer felt like I belonged with anti-war groups. Or look at libertarians who fight each other everyday with ancap vs minarchist stuff, with the former considering the latter not just fake libertarians, but authoritarians! I mean, c'mon!
The reason all these groups fracture is some members place more emphasis on idealism, and others on pragmatism. In real life, both ways of thinking have a place, don't they? It doesn't have to be Either/Or. Perhaps by recognizing that, we'll have a better shot at sticking together and actually achieving something and turning that into future victories.
I created this sub as sort of a backup plan. If other groups start drawing lines, you're welcome here regardless of what side you were on. Whether your mind is more idealistic and focused on big victories in the future, or pragmatic and wanting small yet achievable victories today, you're all welcome here.