Co-housing is popular again, so I read in some newspaper. And what about feminists ? Do they practice and enjoy collective living too ? What happens when feminists live together ? Is sharing a collective house an example of feminist activism, putting ideals into practice ? Do collective houses serve as a model for a future society with equally divided and rotated household tasks, an immediate support network and spaces for creativity and activism ? For me, feminist community houses are spaces to experiment with how we want to live. They can combine affordable private rooms, collective spaces shared with like-minded people and a house where feminist activities can be organised.