Erratic Dispatches
Erratic Dispatches
Nov 21, 2021
Interview with Helen Zuman, Author of Mating in Captivity
Play • 1 hr 11 min

Helen Zuman is a Harvard graduate who spent a period in her twenties at Zendik Farm, a community that she found out later on was a cult. Her book, Mating in Captivity, chronicles her time spent at Zendik Farm, associating with other like-minded individuals who didn't want to be a part of mainstream society and the control that was put on them by the hierarchy on the farm. Helen has written a fascinating and vivid account of alternate living, youth idealism, sexual awakening and maturing from experience. 


Check out Helen's official website:

http://helenzuman.com/


Purchase Mating in Captivity:

http://helenzuman.com/books/mating-in-captivity-a-memoir/


Read Helen's article, Fifty Shades of Community, on the Foundation for Intentional Community's website:

https://www.ic.org/fifty-shades-of-community/

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