Lesbian Visibility Week is about solidarity with all LGBTQI+ woman and non binary people in the community, as well as celebrating lesbians. It is essential that Lesbian Visibility Week is a voice for unity and lifts up ALL women, especially those who come from marginalised communities. Recent research (Pride Matters survey, conducted by Pride In London 2018) has shown that gay women are almost twice as unlikely to be out in the workplace as gay male colleagues.

There has been a Lesbian Visibility Day since 2008.

Building on this, DIVA want to create a week that recognises, celebrates and importantly supports lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer women across the UK and beyond to be their true selves at work, at home and socially.

​#LesbianVisibilityWeek  |  #LVW  |  #LWithTheT

Lesbianism and Cinema

Now is as important as ever to support the work of LGBTQ+ filmmakers and stories. We have some lists of films here which focus on lesbian stories or characters, however lesbianism can often be misrepresented and/or underrepresented in film. We hope increasing awareness and visibility will springboard more authentic representation in film, both onscreen and behind the camera.

If you are interested in running a film inspired event, we have provided some links below for further information to help inspire programming in your venue, or for running events or activity online.

How to Become as Straight as a Rainbow | Anna Rosenwasser | TEDxHochschuleLuzern

Lesflix Film Database

Welcome to your ultimate lesbian film guide. All on one page, every lesbian film ever released – a constant work in progress of course… No more searching high and low for content you want to see – it is all in one easy location!

Lesflix VOD platform

A social enterprise platform run by the community, for the community. We aim to bring you all your favourite lesbian and bisexual movies and series (plus loads you haven’t heard of yet!). 100% lesbian and bisexual content in one place, and directly supporting filmmakers to get paid for their work so they can make even … More

Bi Visibility Day

Celebrating Bisexuality every September 23 Bi Visibility Day started in 1999 as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day, created by three bi activists from the USA – Wendy Curry of Maine, Michael Page of Florida, and Gigi Raven Wilbur of Texas. It has also been variously known as Bi Pride Day, Bi Day and Celebrate Bisexuality Day. That … More

The Evolution of Bi Representation in Film (Part 1)

It’s probably fair to say that bi representation in cinema isn’t where it should be. Compared to some of the amazing gay and lesbian films and storylines, we’re still a little bit behind. However, the reality is that there are some great films out there today featuring bi characters and storylines. But what about before … More