Notable Libertarian Women
Wendy McElroy is an author and activist. One of her more recent projects has been the iFeminists website & movement. She has also been a member of the Voluntaryist movement for several decades. While she differs with Libertarians about the efficacy of political action through the Libertarian Party, nevertheless she remains well-known among political and non-political libertarians alike. McElroy is one of the few libertarian feminists who can argue persuasively against the modern socialist, misandrist version of feminism.
Laura Delhomme was a candidate for Virginia House of Delegates a few years back, she has worked for libertarian nonprofits for several years, and is an anarcho-capitalist.
Norma Jean Almodovar
Norma Jean Almodovar was a candidate for governor of California.
is one of the original (2006) founders of the modern Libertarian Party Radical Caucus. An anarcho-capitalist, she has run for public office in North Carolina as well as for volunteer positions on the Libertarian National Committee, has been active for years in the Libertarian Party of North Carolina, and has a talent for distilling nonsense down to its essence -- and then dismissing it.