"Black Womyn: Conversations with Lesbians of African Descent" is a feature-length documentary focusing on the lives and views of lesbians of African descent. It features candid interviews with black lesbian women discussing coming out, sexuality and religion, love and relationships, marriage, patriarchy, visibility in the media, discrimination and homophobia, gender identity, Black lesbian youth and elders, blancing gender/race/sexuality, and, finally, what it means to call oneself a Black lesbian today. Randy Wicker interviews Tiona M. who produced this masterpiece. This is the first 10 minutes of a 16-minute interview. Continued in "BLACK WOMYN - LESBIAN TERMINOLOGY".