The Bayonetta thing is why when anyone who is part of a social movement says "No one in X movement wants Y" I have a lot of trouble believing they've thought deeply about the matter.
Any movement of sufficient size will have people who believe all sorts of different things, and want any number of different approaches. No group of humans in history have ever been completely unanimous in intent and/or approach. It's not something to panic and back away from. That variety of approach encourages discussion and can help people on all sides refine their opinions.
I guess it's human nature to think of it in terms of winning/losing and not wanting to show weakness.