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This expression is a contradiction in terms, an oxymoron. Democratic inplies popular participation while exclusivity implies that some “thing” is limited to a few. Democratic exclusivity is also a prejorative term in political science, implying that something that appears to be open is actually closed and shuts ordinary people out of the process. I think you still need to search for a more apt catch phrase to get across your point.
great comment. i am trying to express a new world where exclusivity is available on a first come, first served basis. David Chang’s restaurant doesn’t care if you are a Hollywood A-lister or a nobody, they are equals. That’s the democratic part and the fact there are only 14 seats, is the exclusivity.
How about egalitarian exclusivity?