So the Salvation Army is an example of a 'whiny victim group'. Because they - as a group - advocate not drinking and not being sexually promiscuous they have no 'life experience'.
I'd suggest that the people who I quote expend just a little energy and investigate the Sallie Army just a teensy bit more. Enough has already been said about the sterling work the Salvation Army does among the less-fortunate in our society. You might (but probably not) also be interested to know that many members of the Salvation Army are members precisely because their lives were endangered by excessive drinking, drug use and/or sexual promiscuity.
Though I hate to split topics in a post, here's one for the original, brave Whining Victims Group poster:
"They are too shy and old to go clubbing, so clubbing must be regulated."
Not everyone who doesn't club refrains because they're too shy, friend. Some refrain because they find clubbing - and the people who do it - unutterably boring.
"They don't have the spare cash to gamble so gambling must be regulated."
As if everyone who gambled had the 'spare cash' to do so - which is precisely the Salvation Army's point (although I do disagree with their rationale.)
"They have crap sex lives, so everyone's sex life must be crap too."
Missed that one. Must go back to the Sallie Army and read up on their "You must have a crap sex life" ordinance - or were you just flailing when you wrote that?
"They have no friends to get drunk with, so youths must be banned from the centres of towns."
Oh I don't think anyone wants to ban youths from the centres of towns. Now, loud, self-obsessed, puking-drunk, violent, inconsiderate little b'stards in the early hours of the morning - that's a different story.