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Mentally ill. Or so they tell me.

Updated on July 23, 2014 at 3:08 AM

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Re: “Lesbian communities

> I found out that these "wimmin" drew straws to see who would pursue me for my first lesbian experience.

The problem is that, male or female, we're all humans—and that overrides all the political posturing. Whatever your gender choice, plus ça change, plus c'est la même chosen.

Meat the new boss, same as the old boss.

BTW, Diana could have just bought the land outright for 100 grand. She got 60 times that much when the last descendent of the guy who founded New York died. That would have made it a LOT easier for her residents—but rich people's greed always screws things up for everyone else.

And the "Stonybrook commune" a) wasn't a commune b) wasn't named "Stonybrook" (it was the Gate Hill Artists' Cooperative, and c) her name was Folley. I don't know what was "bad" about her marriage with Bob, though. They seemed okay to me. And if anyone remembers it, Stan's domed, experimental media house was a majestic inspiration. I hung out there a lot.

As for communes vs. communities (and Gate Hill was a "community"): in my experience, communes (and communism in general) becomes unstable with the square of the number of members. Thus, every marriage is stable (in this sense), families are less so (e.g. angry teenage children), extended families have more serious conflicts (e.g, weird uncle Lou who molests the females), and large communes eventually fragment and break apart every time. They only recover stability when their size is reduced to a number like the "handful of women who remain on the OLHA."

What the article calls "communities" — individual families on their own property — work because they are really no different from white people suburban communities, except that the neighbors don't ignore each other. In a sense, cooperative "communities" are already-broken, pre-fragmented communes.

I run a communist group house in Maine (Sanctuary VI) that runs smoothly because:

a) All the members are exceeeedingly carefully handpicked

b) All the members are extreeeemely intelligent. This is far more important than you think.

c) Community funds are biased towards giving people things that they want, as opposed to stuff for the community (like a new refrigerator). The community exists to support the people, not the other way around. Bees make delicious honey, but you don;t want to live in a hive (or a swarm).

d) We see technology not as The Enemy, but as just another tool, like the rowboat or the rake. If there's no pump to pump, no vandals steal the handle. Yes, the NSA and cruise missiles are technology, but so are vibrators and internet porn.

e) We bend over backwards to support "freeloaders" as community members instead of throwing them out. That is, we find something that they ARE willing to do, even if it requires little effort. This engenders loyalty and trust, even in the non-indolent.

f) Our definition of "contribution" is very flexible and need not involve money (my contribution is being an always-naked sex slave for both the men and the women), and

g) While voting is preferred, for a commune to work, final decisions must be made by a single, non-domineering, soft-spoken individual with authority to make final decisions but no other absolute authority (in our case, she's me).

Unlike most communes, intentional communities, and "families of choice;" ours works real well.

—faye kane ♀ girl brain
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