In an era of digital empowerment, this research delves into the transformative journey of Sri Lankan Muslim women on social media. Through art and activism, they challenge stereotypes, redefine norms, and construct new identities. Focusing on Facebook, this case study employs qualitative methods, including virtual interviews and content analysis, to uncover how these women utilise the digital canvas to reshape their narratives. By decoding patterns and themes, this study unveils the power of their online expressions. Beyond the screen, implications are far-reaching, influencing gender equality and social justice. This research envisions a future where digital platforms become potent tools for societal change, amplifying unheard voices and fostering empowerment.