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Single? Libertarian? Obviously Most of us are not Feverishly Looking for Love but Can We Find it at the Daily Paul?

Please comment if you're currently single and you would like others at the DP to know. As I just commented on another post I've been waiting for the day when someone comes along who would like to stand by my side in this battle for liberty.

I asked a question in chat a few minutes ago:

"Why is there such a shortage of libertarian women?"

The answer was that "Women like to feel safe."

Okay granted a lot of us get into a lot of trouble simply because we assert our rights. Where are the women who find that sort of thing attractive? Our society in this country has gone downhill... perhaps one of the primary reasons is because most women drop men like a bad habit as soon as they prove themselves to not be compliant and especially do not want to be with someone who "questions authority."

When did having a moral compass and unshakable principles become so unattractive?

Please visit: http://www.ronpaulsingles.com/
(recommended by Maeve and posted by pinky33)

margolies womb-less man, 24, on Georgia (within 2hrs of Atlanta)

godfreeus: Looking for females on Minnesota

Kathleen Gee: SWF, 47, No Kids, Non-Smoker, Agnostic, Straight, Relocatable, no drugs, healthy, not a theocrat

funkdefino: A male, fit, 41, on Florida (southern)

dducks: A womb-man also on Florida (southern)

Con.Libertarian: A Man, on Virginia, Richmond

OldNo.7J.D: A Man, 22

HVACtech: A man on a small southern resort town

WeMckay85: A man, 27

JohnGalt: A man, 62 (frequently mistaken to be in his 40s) looking for Love, Recognition, Peace, Consideration, Mutual Respect, Touch, Honesty and Loyalty, currently sojourning in Florida.

RP2WIN: On Florida

ussovereignty: A womb-man, divorced, 32

kelvin: A man, Divorced, mid 40s, Colorado Springs

brigitfey: A womb-man, 44, on Colorado, San Luis Valley

RaulPon: A man, 46, on California, Los Angeles

rambo1028: A womb-man, 36 on Ohio, Dayton

TheEchoPlaza: A man, 29, on Oklahoma, Oklahoma City

IMissLiberty: A womb-man, on California San Francisco bay area

The Libertybelle: A womb-man, 57 looking for funny, rugged Freedom/Liberty/Rancher/Survivalist type guy

BettyLiberty: A womb-man, 48, on California (northern) looking for A man respecting Motorcycles, camping, shooting, cooking, reading, learning, dogs, family, friends, movies, road trips, flea markets, and music.

vincebodie: A man (late 30s?), on California (southern part)

garnet: A womb-man, On California (mid-northern)

eskiegirl: A womb-man, 54, on New York

Smudge Pot: A man, mid 40s

lindalsalisbury: A womb-man, 68

anubisREX: A man, 25

Wondergirrl: A womb-man, gay, 20s

dwalters: A man, 31, on Oklahoma (eastern)

boileruphammerdown14: on Indiana

RP2WIN: A womb-man, 59, on Florida (northern) Dream Man has convictions (assuming not criminal ones) who is a prepper and a farmer.

RicoCabeza: A man who is a prepper on Costa Rica with a farm here:

vinceableworld: A man on Wisconsin, mid 40s and willing to relocate.

As I've indicated in the comments... I'm shocked and pleasantly surprised at the response to this post. Please feel free to PM me if you would like to add/edit/remove something and I'll be happy to comply.

Blessings to all :)

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My whole family is taking the Myer test right now

I got excited when I read the ENTP description and realized it was spot on. It nailed everyone in my family (especially my INTJ father).

The 3 libertarians in my family are NT.


Physics and Chemistry

Yes! I like to say that many libertarians are born, and the government makes the rest.

My Dad's an INTJ, too, and so is one of my brothers. The whole reason I registered to vote "Libertarian" was because the Libertarians on the ballot listed professions like "Physicist," "Math Teacher," "Software Engineer," "Economist," "Statistician," or "Chemist," instead of "incumbent."

They, more than anyone, understand that force does not work without consequences, and I don't just mean an "equal and opposite reaction," but these are the people who don't just believe things they're told, especially if it doesn't make sense! And they'll find a way around it. We grow up knowing that we don't want our fellow voters, their elected representatives, and government employees making any decisions for us.

Everyone else who becomes libertarian does so because some statist harmed them or others they love, or they otherwise saw the failure, corrupting influence, mass inefficiency, or other harms of government first hand.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

Where do you live?

I'm in Oklahoma.


I'm in the "east bay" of San Francisco bay area. My Mom is from Lubbock, Texas, and my Dad from Burke, South Dakota, so people seem to guess I'm from the midwest (in a nice way).

I was born the day Disneyland opened and Rock Around the Clock went to number one.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

I'm single!

I'm single! Strong, smart, savvy and still beautiful for my age - or so I'm told (modesty being one of my many fine qualities!HA! ;-D!) but at 57 I'm too old for most on this forum! LOL! Not really shoppin around either, I'm enjoying being free. But if the right, funny,rugged Freedom/Liberty/Rancher/Survivalist type guy who likes living off the land, down a long, long dirt road (maybe even in South America!) suddenly showed up I might consider it...

If my need to be RIGHT is greater than my desire for TRUTH, then I will not recognize it when it arrives ~ Libertybelle


Freedom-loving people truly appreciate their personal freedom more than most & see how many typical relationships tend to hinder it.

I'm on the lookout...

but my priorities have changed so much in the last year and are actually still changing somewhat romance has kinda been on the back burner and my "stove" has about 10 burners o.O

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

I hear ya

with the state of affairs in the country right now it's hard to make relationships any kind of priority. One of the biggest problems I've had in my relationships is not spending enough time with my time with my significant other... this is why I hope to one day find someone with roughly the same principles as I have so that they would consider being an activist her mission as well.

Lookin for another pea for my pod :-P

Where ya at?

I'm in Oklahoma.

my spot in the world

Is two acres and a house in mid-northern california~ gah!! I will never say "northbay" california but I hear it called that

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

that is so true.

I have always been interested in living somewhat off the grid. and today that just makes more sense than ever.
it gets lonely at times, but it does seem that more and more people are beginning to listen to what we have to say.
what I have learned has completely reordered things. only a Pollyanna would not be able to see that what I am doing only makes good sense.
I am building my place to be pleasing to the opposite sex, but I do not expect one to join with me until it is complete.
peace. and good luck!

Christina Tobin & Julie Borowski

Are the HOTTEST Women in the Liberty Movement.

"First rule of Government Spending: Why build one when you can have 2 at twice the price?"
-S.R. Hadden


Carey Elizabeth

2 Chron 7:13-14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

Rachel Mills hands down!!!

Anyone have a copy of that AWESOME YouTube Rachel Mills did back in 07.. "I'm addicted to Ron Paul?" Hr blog http://www.rachelmills.com/

I'll add to that : Shelly Roche, Michelle Muccio and..

Kerry Howley

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Don't forget Kennedy

I think Kennedy (Lisa Montgomery) looks pretty good myself.

The individual who refuses to defend his rights when called by his Government, deserves to be a slave, and must be punished as an enemy of his country and friend to her foe. - Andrew Jackson

She's married


"First rule of Government Spending: Why build one when you can have 2 at twice the price?"
-S.R. Hadden

Libertarians have the most stereotypicaly masculine mindset.

When compared to Dems and Republicans according to a study I read.

The Libertarian participants based their decisions on reason not emotions far more than other groups...

-They (libertarians) reached correct, rather than intuitive, answers to math and logic problems, and they enjoyed "effortful and thoughtful cognitive tasks" more than others do...

...libertarians had the most "masculine" psychological profile, while liberals had the most feminine, and these results held up even when they examined each gender separately, which "may explain why libertarianism appeals to men more than women."


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Well if thats the case.....

The ladies should be throwing themselves at all you "manly men" ;) lol.

That also explains why some men are not interested in us liberty minded ladies... maybe we scare them a bit because of our masculine thoughts on politics and whatnot.

masculine thoughts?

since when is reason "masculine"?

i don't believe a thought can be masculine or feminine. true or untrue? yes. emotional or rational? yes. well thought out or ill- formed? yes.

That's why I put steriotypically.

Since when?

Since some guys decided it was so... I guess they (I'd argue wrongly) decided it was an opposite of emotion, rather than a different thing all together.

I don't think being more emotional makes one less capable of reason or vice versa, personally.

But it's more to do with systemizing than reasoning it seems...

I agree a thought can't be attributed to gender but can an observable behaviour, be found more in one gender than the other?

- Some of the more intriguing results reported in this study involve the Empathizer-Systemizer scale. The scale measures the tendency to empathize, defined as "the drive to identify another person's emotions and thoughts, and to respond to these with an appropriate emotion," and to systemize, or "the drive to analyze the variables in a system, and to derive the underlying rules that govern the behavior of the system." Libertarians are the only group that scored higher on systemizing than on empathizing—and they scored a lot higher. The authors go on to suggest that systemizing is “characteristic of the male brain, with very extreme scores indicating autism.” They then add, “We might say that liberals have the most ‘feminine’ cognitive style, and libertarians the most ‘masculine.’”


- Whilst experience and socialization contribute to the observed sex differences in empathy and systemizing, biology is also suggested to play a role and a candidate biological factor influencing E and S is fetal testosterone (FT) (PLOS Biology, 2011). FT levels are positively correlated with scores on the Systemizing Quotient[10] and are negatively correlated with scores on the Empathy Quotient


Though some participants have suggested the test did not take into account aspects of libertarianism - while these questions are well thought out, some still appeared to be "classic" left or right values indicators and not really indicative of the belief that liberty LEADS to more happiness, prosperity, and ultimately fairness.

I don't know about others but personally I'm a pretty sensitive person, I mean a girl I never met before decided I was the only man she trusted the other day?.. Admittedly sometimes I have to use reason to kick my emotional side into gear.

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Oh, I agree

I was poking a little non harmful fun at the comment above me.

Single in SoCal

OK, here's a big part of the problem - masculinity and femininity are being systematically removed from modern culture. My last relationship ended with the sharing of a podcast on eugenics with the significant other of the time - a ribald feminist in the modern sense of the term. When she couldn't admit to herself that her hero Margaret Sanger was a racist and eugenicist (despite the primary source evidence I presented to the contrary), it had noticeable deleterious effects on our romantic life, and before long it was "sayonara, sista!"

Although neither of these are the particular podcast I referred to above, they are in many ways more relevant to this thread, and both are a "must listen" in my opinion:

Karen of GirlWritesWhat interview – “The Feminist Fallacy”:

Curtis Duncan on the conspiracy to feminize males and masculinize females:

I'm willing to discuss any of this with any female with her head screwed on straight. Coffee is on me.

A shortage with libertarian women indeed. Moreso from the Asian-

American community is very rare. The pertaining "socialistic" Asian culture (respect to authority/elders, a strong focus on everyone helping/working together as "one", "monolithic", etc) is somewhat anathema to the libertarian, individualistic mindset (esp the "question authority" part) I came to be and be familiarize with. Though from where I was born, my "motherland" has a strong history of freedom & liberty (independence from Spain, then from the US)...

Not that I'm looking for one...but meeting libertarian Ron Paul women for friendship would be so cool (Asian Amer or not). Btw, my agnostic Chinese gf (LOVE her SO MUCH!) grew up in the era of Mao's China (though she admires him still). Although "self-sufficiency" flows very strongly in her veins, values her privacy highly, HATES taxes and is very "capitalistic" (an understatement). MONEY (entrepreneurship, hard work, honor, "Good Luck" esp, etc) after all is one of the integral parts and is deeply ingrained in their culture. Hmmm...I see some shades of "libertarianism" in there, somewhere. That must be some "Asian" version.. ;-)

Some historical libertarian "Food for Thought". The first recognized libertarian intellectual was actually..Chinese and is the founder of Taoism: Lao Tzu http://mises.org/daily/1967

I probably shouldn't tell you this and I will regret this

Guys, use the power of the full moon, anuda sunoyaskee.

Translation: women are two ways and you get them both in 30 days, allow me to explain.

I look like, live like and am a greasy biker hippy part indian reject in leather and steel toe boots. I used to wear a badge and a gun but I threw them both down and now wear a Buck 120 hunting knife everywhere I go, even to bed and that,


Therefore do most women eschew me, the nice normal gals recede....


and guess what happens then?

By biology she leaves her handy Andy nice guy Mr. Dependable and she...

goes out....

looking for danger. For the fierce and protective warrior and she wants to get knocked up and go home to Handy Andy to raise the resulting kid.

See inside of every woman is this desire for the strongest seed but she takes this back to her nest and Handy Andy to care and love and nurture.

IN summary, men, that beloved son or daughter you have?

Good chance it's mine.

Most of those who think so actually don't and most of those who think sew actually rip.

oh cmon...

why downvote this? :D

Even Libertarians

would agree....some things are better left unsaid.

There are no politicians or bankers in foxholes.

ya you wish....

ya you wish....

Yeah? Well real men fight with a spoon!


Wow you really think quite

Wow you really think quite highly of your self don't you... Talk is cheap. To bad anyone with real experience can see you are trying to convince yourself of prowess you don't have by bragging about women you wish you had a chance with...

You see those that have it don't need to talk about it they are out doing it...

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