From Annie Mac to Eclair Fifi, women are grabbing more airtime than ever, but the decks still feel stacked against them, writes Kate Hutchinson
*cites 2 radio 1 female djs, “more airtime than ever”*
oh my god i am so tired of the i’m-a-lazy-journalist “where are all the female DJs [where are all the female insert whatever profession here really]” type articles
i mean god damn
if y’all so interested in seeking out “the female DJs” maybe STOP IT with the whole “girls working in such a male dominated industry are basically unicorns amirite” and get out your damn house, find a night you like and fucking party idk
not to mention i mean
where are all the female djs?
- reading the dumbass comments and shaking they damn heads
- ouchea trying to get this work
- not fucking getting booked because this or that party is thrown by a bunch of dude-bros whose opinion of DJs who happen to be female are much reflected in them dumbass article comments
- throwing their own fuckin parties anyway
- and maybe not making as much cash as mr superstar dj dudebro but you know what,
- they fucking killing it every weekend on the dancefloor
you want a female dj?
im right here
fuckin book me
otherwise please get out of my face with this nonsense
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