What's it like to live in community? Mim speaks to people living in four different models of communal homes. From the Bruderhof Christian community to those in Britain's last remaining naturist community.
I wanted to teach the inmates about female empowerment. Instead, they overturned my views on everything from sex work to marriage
Mim writes about the experience of motherhood in a communal home and meets those whose communal homes are helping them through life changes, rising costs and mental health struggles.
A conversation about discarded pastries led to the bin dive that made me a food waste evangelist. During the pandemic, the company I now run distributed 90,000 meals to those who needed them.
Pregnant women in jail are revered by other inmates – but the question of what will happen to the child is never far away.
Mim tells Catherine's story, a woman released from prison to no address.
Thanks to a flourishing ADHD positivity movement, women like me who once hid their neurodivergence are finding ways to celebrate it.
A series of new developments are dragging communalism out of the fringes. But can you really put a price on community?