The nature of peer groups is that some members stand out. They become the leaders, the representives, of the peer group. In the case of Oasis, the ones who blog and comment the most are those that become the leaders. This is a perfectly normal thing based in millenia of human social interaction. The downside to being a leader is that your words can carry power and can seem to represent the feelings of the majority (Just look at the power the opinions of celebrities and gov't officials have.).
I am an heavy advocate of free speech. You are free to post as much as you want and to say what you want. All I ask, and this is to everyone, is that you keep in mind that text lacks the nuances of speech.
It's sad that I can see politics(not the gov't variety) forming in a group based in writing and support. When I start seeing situations where the words of Machiavelli could be used to describe relations with other "Oasians," I am dismayed. Perhaps I shall leave, not only because of the politics but because of my lack of involvement. I am naturally distanced from the mainstream gay community due to my personality and interests, so I have trouble fitting in to even online communities and staying involved in them. So perhaps I'll be making my goodbye statement soon, time can only tell.