Women do rape other women. She Stole My Voice unflinchingly explores this phenomenon, with expert insights, discussions with the public, and graphic portrayals.
The documentary includes highly graphic portrayals of lesbian rape, based on real cases of lesbian rape. These reenactments can be highly upsetting and triggering.
She Stole My Voice has been removed from Amazon, but you can buy it here .
Lower on this page, you can download the opening sequence.
But the reality is that they do. Lesbian rape is almost never reported, but it still happens. The toughest part of lesbian rape is that most people think it is physically impossible.
To address this, She Stole My Voice uses both expert testimony and graphic visual reenactments. The viewer learns that lesbian rape does happen, but they also see that it can happen, and what it has looked like. The graphic reenactments help make this happen.
She Stole My Voice: A Documentary about Lesbian Rape may be highly upsetting, and may cause panic attacks and other physical responses. Those with prior trauma should not view it, except under the guidance of a mental health professional.
McIntosh, Heather. Documentarys Raise Awareness About Domestic and Gendered Violence. PBS/POV. October 18, 2011.
Professor Junie Mertus. Gender, Human Rights, and Conflict.
Summary and information: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15869082/plotsummary
An article about She Stole My Voice which includes interviews with the filmmakers: https://lasdisidentes.com/2012/07/11/she-stole-my-voice-ella-me-robo-la-voz/