The manosphere consists of the two main factions: game/PUA groups and men’s rights groups.
There was (and probably still is) some animosity between the two groups. Game/PUAs often viewed the MR as male feminists who blame the government and feminist laws on their own failings instead of working to improve their own lives. On the other hand, MRAs often viewed game/PUAs as creepy, childish, shallow, selfish, etc.
However, both groups seems to merge more and more into each other as more and more important game bloggers support MR goals (Roissy, Roosh, etc.). This occurred mainly due to the drunk sex = rape laws and divorce laws which affected game/PUAs, thus making them more sympathetic to MR causes. (Since the Game/PUA sphere is greater than the MR sphere by at least 10 to 1, and maybe even 100 to 1, game blogs are an excellent tool to spread MR issues affecting young men. )
This process should continue and these two groups should be connected, since they have deep inner similarities:
1. Both emanate from male frustrations. The quintessential PUA/Game is a man before marriage trying to navigate the modern sexual market place, while the quintessential MRA is a divorced father trying to navigate the family court system.
2. Both are extremely politically incorrect, to say that you are MR, or PUA/Game, supporter will not help get a job/make you popular/etc. (Infact, both MR and PUA/Game site were declared as ‘hate sites’.)
3. Both groups consists of men who are basically trying to get more control over their lives and their environment in the face of rapid changes to our culture, declining social power and freedoms and the falling apart of the institute of family.
The men’s movement should stand united. Our opposition is too well organized, enjoys too much government funding, gets too much academic support and enjoy too much public support for us to fight among ourselves.