"As a woman, I'm proud to be in the minority. I can't say I was a direct macho-victim but it's true, we mostly earn less than men, and I saddly think you rarely succeed if you are fat and uggly. It's a common fact. When we DJ,1st people will pay attention to our appearance, figure, clothes, make up. If "male DJs" are sexually more successfull when famous, it's undirectly not the case for us. As we can consider the "groupie effect" as a girl thing, men may fantasm on us, they mostly are too scared to approach us, and it's really fine for me!!!" Miss Kittin.
Welcome to the first community about DJ-girls! Don't hesitate to post here any information relating to DJ-girls. It might be pictures, bios, articles, thoughts, promo-mixes. You can use this community to promote yourself as a DJ.