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Nepal has more female DJs than ever, but the crowd’s attitude remains the same

Female DJs encounter teasing, obscene gestures and unwanted touching from the crowds they perform for, but they’re not quitting. Nepal has more female DJs than ever, but the crowd’s attitude remains the same
DJ Nani and other female DJs say certain preconceptions hinder their profession from being considered as a respectable career. Photo courtesy: Prabin Prajapati
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Sneha Dahal
Published at : July 24, 2019
Updated at : July 24, 2019 13:13

Sneha Dahal

Sneha Dahal is an editorial intern for The Post, and is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree at Thames International College in Kathmandu.


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