Activism / Movement



Womxn (noun), plural wom·xn [wim-in]. a woman used, especially in intersectional feminism, as an alternative spelling to avoid the suggestion of sexism perceived in the sequences m-a-n and m-e-n, and to be inclusive of trans and nonbinary women, and those with diverse gender identities within the female spectrum. The term aims to promote inclusivity and challenge traditional gender norms and assumptions.

Cis women are often the main advocates for the term “womxn,” and that they may be assuming that this term automatically includes trans and nonbinary individuals without consulting with them. To ensure that language is inclusive and accurate, it is important to engage with members of the community in question and to ask them what terminology they prefer to use.

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Activism//Artivism is at the core of our mission in BriDJing, where we strive to promote gender equality, diversity, and inclusion in the electronic music scene. We recognize its importance in raising awareness about the structural barriers faced by womxn in the music industry and advocating for meaningful change.

Our activists, including influential individuals from the music industry and beyond, are dedicated to advancing social justice and equality. Through discussions and debates, we provide a platform to address gender inequality and discrimination within the industry. We hope to create a space where womxn can share their experiences, voice their concerns, and collaborate on solutions to create a safer and more inclusive environment for all.

To empower women and non-binary individuals as agents of change, we organise workshops and training sessions. We believe in translating activism into tangible actions that promote equity and inclusivity, extending beyond mere awareness. 

We are committed to promoting activism as an essential part of the BriDJing project and to creating a safer and more inclusive environment for all artists and audiences.