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Out for a Change



 
Dr. Dee Mosbacher 1994 28 min. USA
Educational DVD Price $100.00

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More than twenty years since the release of Out For a Change, this groundbreaking film is as relevant as ever.

The award-winning short documentary features interviews with student athletes, coaches (including Stanford's Tara Van Deveer), athletic directors, academics, and prominent professional athletes including Martina Navratilova and Zina Garrison-Jackson as they describe how the fear of being labeled a lesbian or "dyke" hinders the performance of all female athletes, and even prevents many women from participating in sports at all.The personal tales are contextualized within a larger narrative that illustrates how sexism and homophobia are wielded as political tools to retain male control over the multi-billion dollar women's sports industry. A Woman Vision production.

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