A DJ Was Slammed On Twitter For Saying Women Are Worse At DJing Than Men

“I started djing in 2000 and didn’t think women would still have to deal with this bullshit 17 years later.”

June 22, 2017

DJs around the world have clapped back after sexist quotes made by Konstantin, co-founder of Germany’s Giegling label, in a new interview began circulating online. Speaking to Groove magazine the techno DJ said women are “worse at DJing than men are” and tried to argue that it's “unfair that female DJs are so heavily promoted.” Read the quotes in full via Discwoman's tweet below.


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Konstantin has subsequently apologized but the reaction to his comments led one London festival to cancel an upcoming Giegling afterparty.

In addition to losing bookings, Konstantin has also been the subject of criticism online from the electronic music community, Read on for a sample of the responses to his comments.




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