Donate now! Nasty Women Unite Fest’s Mission:

The idea of being a Nasty Woman* is a concept, not an identifier. We are all Nasty Women– individuals who live proudly in the face of those who would rather silence us. NWUF sets out to provide an opportunity for a new, diverse, collaborative, and supportive community, embracing artist of all mediums to promote intersectional feminism, while raising funds for the ACLU.

What is the Nasty Women Unite Fest?

Nasty Women Unite Fest is a non-profit multi-day festival amplifying voices that are  not often heard in the mainstream media, providing a necessary platform for talented Nasty Women* artists of all mediums. In addition, the festival incorporates carefully curated panels and resource advocacy, fostering discussion on many issues related to intersectional feminism. All profits are donated to the ACLU, supporting the rights of all people.

*Nasty Women Unite Fest puts intersectionality and inclusion at the forefront of our mission. We believe individuals who identify as women, non-binary, femmes, demi, genderqueer, and more–of all races, ages, abilities, and backgrounds – are all Nasty Women in our eyes!


Why NWUF? A Message from founder Allison Brzezinski

“I set out to create NWUF as a way to highlight the appalling distance that women still have from equality and to celebrate the efforts being taken to amend it. As a proud feminist, I was inspired by the magnitude of the Women’s March, the sheer number of individuals who participated in a cause that has been so dear to me and had for so long seemed incomprehensibly a “fringe” sentiment. This was all I needed. It was important to me to facilitate a platform where varied feminist communities could come together. The intersectionality of feminism is the pivotal and most creative point of the movement. We need a place where feminism can be displayed for others and shared amongst ourselves. Feminism is a unifying idea with many shades and manifestations; and unlike the current government, NWUF understands that this diversity and multiplicity makes Feminism stronger. Art can create communities where social change is possible. Art can activate.”