Why I Started Clit Rock

I created Clit Rock out of sheer rage. For me female genital mutilation (FGM) culminates all the misogyny in the world into a single act. It speaks volumes about the fear of women in patriarchal societies. It is oppression on steroids.

I wanted to help raise awareness and funds for anyone already fighting on the  front lines of this cause. I found Daughters Of Eve online, and I have learned a lot from its inspiring founders Nimko Ali and Leyla Hussein from the start. I never try to speak for survivors of FGM; I seek only to support in any way I can.

Living in a country where FGM affects some not all we might hesitate to get involved. As Nimko always says, “We are all responsible.” So I am committed to playing my part. To quote Daughters of Eve, “If you save one girl, you save a Generation.”

If you want to help save countless generations of young women then come join us! Clit Rock events are an easy introduction to playing your part. Perform, donate, spread the word, host an event  or just come down to one of ours to support and enjoy the music.

The next Clit Rock event will be on Wednesday October 23 at The Workshop, Hoxton with Deux Furieuses, Dana Jade, The Pearl Harts and Club Motherf*cker DJs

Oh yes, there will be dancing at this revolution! See you there…

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