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October 15th, 2014
Contact: Associate Editor Elizabeth BeShears
Libertarian Women Find Their Voice Online
The online-only libertarian publication Thoughts on Liberty, a women’s magazine, is celebrating its second anniversary this month. It heads into its third year boasting a year-over-year readership increase of 44.5 percent. Thoughts on Liberty, while it initially only had three writers on staff, has grown to nine contributors, all of whom are female, and regularly publishes guest submissions and student writers.
Its growth online and boom in brand awareness speaks volumes to the growth of women in the libertarian movement.
“A recent study by Pew shows that approximately seven percent of women are libertarian, far more than what has been reflected in the voting polls in previous years,” said associate editor Rachel Burger. “This number tells us that there are millions of women who value personal liberty and are interested in making those values a larger part of the mainstream conversation.”
In response to the growing demand for female libertarian voices, Thoughts on Liberty is building an interactive community that is engaged with both women and men across the political and ideological spectrum by producing quality long-form content and building allies both in and outside of the greater liberty movement.
“In the past two years, Thoughts on Liberty has shaped conversations in the liberty movement and pushed libertarians to think about liberty in ways they might not have before,” said Gina Luttrell, editor-in-chief. “This just goes to show what women in particular can add to our movement, and why there should be more of them.”
Thoughts on Liberty’s writers and alumnae have been featured national and international publications such as Forbes, Mic, The Blaze, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), and have founded Citizens for Media Accountability. They have been quoted in The Los Angeles Times, Jezebel, and other respected outlets.
Thoughts on Liberty is a growing women’s publication that strives to be the premier site for women libertarian voices. Its aims to provide a focused platform for women already participating in the liberty movement and to speak to show women at large why a free society is best. It proudly represents ideas across the ideological spectrum and promotes intellectual exploration among its writers. You can read more and subscribe at thoughtsonliberty.com