Today the answer is "Voluntaryist Vixens."
The question, asked repeatedly since the beginning of the Modern American Libertarian Movement was answered in a video interview Wednesday by the founder of the newly invented Voluntaryist Vixens Facebook page, has been: "Where are all the libertarian women?"
"The more I became involved with the liberty movement and engaged in the ideas of Voluntaryism," Volyntaryist Vixens founder Lindsay O'Keefe told the Libertarian News Examiner, "the more I realized that it felt women had not been a big part of it."
So she and co-founders Crystal Bigelow and Gabriela Lyons created their new Facebook page earlier this month with the proclamation, "We are a group of intellectual women who support the NAP [Non-Aggression Principle], Voluntaryism, Anarchy, Free-Markets, Libertarianism, and Self-Ownership."
"I knew we were out there," O'Keefe says about her fellow female activists, "but I just couldn't seem to find them."
Although not as numerous as men, they have certainly been out there since the beginning.
In 2008 the Dallas Libertarian News Examiner featured the Libertarian Hotties - not your grandfather's ism anymore.
In 2009 the Libertarian News Examiner introduced its readers to the Ladies of Liberty Alliance (LOLA) with Libertarian calendar girls launch fundraising effort.
In 2012 evidence was presented that libertarianism is not gender specific in "Libertarians 'are a distinct species' – and that includes men and women."
Still, thinking that "maybe women needed a little more encouragement within the movement" O'Keefe contacted Bigelow and Lyons, both of whom O'Keefe knew as active promoters of liberty and voluntaryism, and "they were excited to be on board with the idea."
"They have been a huge help in developing the page," says O'Keefe, who also points out that Voluntaryist Vixens is the "sister" page of Eric Bigelow's I AM AN Individual.
"I published the page after hearing time and time again, 'how can we get more women involved.'" O'Keefe adds.
For now the Vixens are focused on expanding their membership.
"Send us your pictures, ladies!" they urge, with the promise to "design" and post their photos.
Says the Facebook page, "We are women who believe in individual rights and women who oppose the state and its use of aggression, coercion, and violence to gain power over society.
Says Lindsay O'Keefe, "Women are essential to gaining ground with spreading the message and this page is meant to be an outlet of communication and promotion for them."
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