At first glance, the Ron Paul campaign and his eponymous Revolution looks like a serious boys club. Exit polls indicate that Paul's supporters are
predominantly male, and unlike his 2012 rivals, the Texas Congressman doesn't seem too concerned about changing that.
Paul rarely, if ever, panders to the fairer sex, and his most visible advisors and acolytes are mostly men. But behind the scenes, a growing number of
women — and millennial women in particular — are taking arms in the Ron Paul Revolution, as grassroots organizers, party activists,
anti-Establishment political operatives, and elected representatives.
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