I basically I just made this topic so people will stop asking about the Camp Followers which where not only an April fool's joke but a topic that would work better as 3D printable STL files as Camp Followers did a lot of non-combatant support roles so you would not be able to put them all in 2 or 3 box sets and still have it be a multipart let alone one box.
Plus, most importantly none of you guys asking for them want them for that😆.
What you guys are all really wanting is a female Partisan sprue or set for things like Silver Bayonet. I have no idea how successful that game is on the marketing side of things but it does make some historical gaming sense to do a female partisan sprue for era and by extension a separate male sprue for skirmish gaming at least. (And yes you want them separate so the minis have crisper realistic proportion to fit with your other historical scale stuff and not a single sprue with minis that all look like 80’s cartoon depictions Austrian weight lifters which is what will happen if they are on the same sprue).
Now neither would really work for earlier or later eras historical or alternative historical settings other than the Napoleonic era (other world fantasy yes, VSF no) simply because of the fashion changes in Europe drastically shifting every two to three decades at least for men.
For women's fashion it changes every decade from 1700s till today practically, with far more drastic changes than men’s fashion making female models of the Napoleonic era about as useful for the AWI or Sepoy rebellion as Napoleonic redcoats would be (the camp followers would be in the same boat in case you were going to argue about it).
That all said I would say need wise it’s on the same level as the Sh*** Riflemen set at least if not a little higher, but what are you guy's thought on it.
Also if done what sorts of parts/weapons do you guys want and should it be divided up into 4 separate sets/sprues so Eastern and Western European costumes for both men and women are represented? (we would get more parts to play with that)