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Our mission

To engage in a global conversation about femininity.

To create the opportunity to discover, empower and celebrate femininity and the feminine prowess in all of us, no matter your age, gender, ethnicity or culture. To be encouraged and supported to live as much in your femininity as you wish.

So many people in our world are repressed, abused and exploited because of their feminine expression and we believe it is a human right to cultivate and to express femininity however you choose. As people who have the freedom to be inspired by this prowess we feel it's our duty to sing, write, dance and speak for those who cannot be free in their femininity.

We are saying YES to humankind feeling fabulously feminine, feeling femme empowered and fully free.

We are saying NO to the exploitation of women, children and those persecuted for their feminine nature; this year's event is about raising awareness and funds for The Orchid Project working for a global end to female genital cutting.

Inspired by The Orchid Project, this year we are playing a game called 'spot the dot'.

Want to host your own Clittorati Party? Download our 'How To make a Merkin' guide. You can also post your photos on the Facebook page and join in the celebration!

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We've set up several sites for us all to join - you can post your comments, photos, and even videos. Show the world how fabulous you are!

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Latest worldwide events

This year, WFD have chosen to support The Orchid Project, whose mission is 'A World Free from Female Genital Cutting'. On 24th June, We will be hosting The Clittoratti Ball in London, and The Arty Tea Party in Belfast - both events are celebrations of femininity and all things fabulous!
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"This literally is transforming what is possible for the Feminist movement and for people interested in making a difference with others REGARDLESS of their Gender around the world!"

"Congratulations and best regards from Vienna, Austria."