The 10 Most Common Types of Libertarian

6. Celebritarian

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Naomi Brockwell & Yeonmi Park

Numerous websites (like TLR!) now host the words of libertarian bloggers. To top that off –  there are now also tons of channels with dynamic, generally young, liberty-minded individuals making videos on philosophy, practicality or hilarious stunts in the name of liberty. Some are really informative, some are really creepy, but production of easily sharable information is certainly beneficial to the movement. As they start going to liberty events, speaking at them, they start amassing fans, Facebook friend requests, and a certain level of celebrity within the sphere making them a bit of draw when they’re announced. Avoid being a weirdo fan when you meet them, but by all means, share their content and talk to them about it. There’s nothing like hearing “I loved that piece you wrote” from a stranger. Unless it’s followed by Creepertarian lip-licking. Avoid that.

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