In the meantime, I can't recommend highly enough Simon Cooke's excellent series of posts on The New Puritanism if you haven't already indulged. He systematically guides one through the gamut of recent illiberal initiatives and astutely paints a sorry snapshot of our state's inability to allow us a life unhindered by their overweening plans.
It's a composition in five acts:
#1 Denormalisation and social direction
#2 "It's for the children" - the curse of the play strategy
#3 Healthy living, hedonism and the curse of the clown
#4 Bad lifestyle is an illness - and the doctors can help you
#5 All faiths are powerful - and this is no exception
He tops it all off with a call to arms and some well-advised suggestions as to what all of us can do - perfectly within the law - to make ourselves heard. And if they still refuse to listen? Well, if we're organised, perhaps there might be other options available.
New Cavaliers! A Call to Arms!
Please do go read the lot, and think on. His is a comprehensive plan for a movement as opposed to a diversity of disjointed complainants.
And for a good-spirited explanation of why a movement has powerful potential, and how one starts and evolves, here's a humourous 3 minute Derek Sivers TED lecture from last year.