Together with you, we want to catalogue all the behaviours, things and circumstances that we encounter in our everyday life that are causing inequality, stigmas and prejudices. The things and behaviours that are creating the circumstances in which they persist. Things we might not even notice. The goal is to make them visible and collectively cancel them. So that we can grow as people.


In a pop culture dictionary the word cancel culture is defined as "withdrawing support for (cancelling) public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive." It is a social current and important driver of change and discourse. 'Cancelling' is a way to hold people accountable for their actions. And we're all down to hold people accountable. Let's do the same for the structures and the cultures that are creating inequality. 

Often they can be traced back to structural issues, even more often to things that are deeply ingrained in our culture and our everyday life. This project is about cancelling things - to give each other more space to grow. For a kinder movement towards equality.


We want to use the cultural moment of International Women's Day to turn collective awareness into action. We are bombarded with images of strong womxn and rolemodels in a minefield of advertisements that tell us how to empower womxn. With little actionable information about how to really achieve gender equality. We want to start with our everyday. 

You can contribute by submitting the story of your encounter with sexism and inequality here.

Our goal is to build a comprehensive catalogue of inequalities accessible online and in print.