While the Situationists were revolutionary in their politics they were rather conventional in their group dynamics as much of their concept of gender and sexuality were strongly biased toward the interests of the male members of the group. Michele Bernstein’s All the King's Horses (Tous les chevaux du roi, 1960) was a Situationist novel that is be believed to be based on some of the libertine ways of the Situationist leader Guy Debord and the heightened promiscuity that he courted. The Situationists were hardly unique in this way as the sexual revolution that emerged in the 1960s only belatedly gave women a greater platform for their activism. Slowly, as underground comics were created by women in the 1970s a more balanced view of women’s sexuality emerged. Still, it was not until 1985 that the Guerrilla Girls formed in New York City to protest the gross inequality in gender representation in modern art. The women who make up that group maintain their anonymity in public by wearing gorilla masks. This self-censorship of their identity is intended to heighten the real loss of self that women experience every day due to the lack of opportunity provided them for self expression.