Welcome to Woman Vision
Woman Vision was founded in 1993 to promote equal treatment of all people through the production and use of educational media, including video. Through diversity trainings, lectures, and other educational outreach programs, Woman Vision promotes the values of understanding and diversity, and provides positive role models and supportive images of societally marginalized people. Woman Vision is a 501(c)3 Public Charity.
Our Current Project
Woman Vision has launched a web based campaign and video project to end homophobia in men's professional sports.
Explore Our Films
For 27 years, we have been producing films on the topics of gender equality and discrimination based on sexual orientation. Our films include:
All God's Children, Closets Are Health Hazards, De Colores, Lesbian Physicians, No Secret Anymore, Out for a Change, Radical Harmonies, Straight from the Heart, Training Rules, and the Unlearning Homophobia Series (which combines the films Straight from the Heart, All God's Children, and De Colores).
Start a Conversation . . .
For the first time, Woman Vision and EyeBite Productions are making the contents of our award-winning series Unlearning Homophobia available, free of charge, online. This series directly and specifically addresses issues of religion and homosexuality. Find out more.
“These films connect with our common experiences of family, love, support, and of hope to overcome rejection by society.”
“Dee Mosbacher’s definitive history of the genesis of women’s music captures the fervor, its politics and liberating effect.”
“A perfect package for activists, religious organizations, and schools to use to facilitate a deeper discussion about love, respect, and equality.”
“An extraordinary documentary.”
“Homophobia is an important issue that affects all women athletes regardless of their sexual orientation.”
“A classic in human relations!”
“How do I feel about having a son who was gay? Paradoxically, I think it has been one of the greatest blessings of my life.”
“Dee Mosbacher’s lively documentary is a moving tribute to those who made the music.”
“By stigmatizing women athletes as homosexual, there has been a significant negative impact upon the marketing of women’s sports.”
“A tremendous teaching tool. It presents an interesting piece of dialogue for the Black Church.”