Five U.C. Berkeley women students discuss their experiences living in communes. The discussion, with women from the Campus Women's Forum audience, brings out both the difficulties encountered and the advantages available from this kind of living situation for a woman, and probably dispels several myths about communal living. Contains sensitive language.
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