Three women who believe that lesbians can find their own identities by relating exclusively with other women discuss this view. The panelists discuss where on the spectrum of "lesbian separation" they currently find themselves and whether men and women can relate to each other in a patriarchal society. The guests are Jan Crawford, convener of the Feminist Community Coalition; Carol Hardin, and Doris Lunden of Lesbian Feminist Liberation. The host and producer is Ronald Gold.
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