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Date: 1/08/09.Desk: STL.Slug: WOMYN.Assign ID: 30074969A..Ellen Taylor, 75, left, talks with local contractor Dennis Hartline of Hartline Construction, center, one of the few men who does work on the land, at Alapine, a "womyn's land" or lesbian intentional community, in rural northeast Alabama. At right is Sue Marriott, 52, who lives nearby and owns a plot of land in the womyn's land development. She introduced the women at Alapine to Dennis. ..(*the exact town/location of the community cannot be revealed in the caption or article, per agreement with the subjects)..Photo by Angela Jimenez for The New York Times .photographer contact 917-586-0916

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Date: 1/08/09.Desk: STL.Slug: WOMYN.Assign ID: 30074969A..Ellen Taylor, 75, left, talks with local contractor Dennis Hartline of Hartline Construction, center, one of the few men who does work on the land, at Alapine, a "womyn's land" or lesbian intentional community, in rural northeast Alabama. At right is Sue Marriott, 52, who lives nearby and owns a plot of land in the womyn's land development. She introduced the women at Alapine to Dennis. ..(*the exact town/location of the community cannot be revealed in the caption or article, per agreement with the subjects)..Photo by Angela Jimenez for The New York Times .photographer contact 917-586-0916