Zohar Carmi has been an advocate of women’s rights for many years, a writer, a doula, a health educator, and a traveler. Before co-authoring “A Few is the New Two”, she spent 15 years changing how women in Israel give birth upside down, raised three children of her own and traveled the world with her nesting partner and their offspring. She travels still, though nested in New Jersey, and as long as she can be close to Manhattan, she’s happy. Zohar believes non-monogamy is first and foremost a feminist choice and tries to be a worthy feminist every step of the way. In her eyes, it’s not feminist if it isn’t intersectional.