Debi in the Garden, 1976

Usually, the “earth mothers” of Taylor Camp conformed to the traditional gender roles of the ’60s. They did most of the childcare, cooking, cleaning, sewing, and gardening (including cloning pot seedlings for the men to plant in the mountains…) They performed all the same domestic duties as middle-class suburban housewives. The only difference? They often did it naked.

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