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#GoodMental, Rosie Davies’ series on health, happiness and general LIFE, is back. She’ll be writing more for us as part of our October mental health themed content splurge, in honour of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.

An opinion piece by new TYCI contributor Rachel Cunningham looking at what it’s really like for women in sport today - and asking for your input in the discussion:
TYCI is always looking for new volunteers. If you would like to get involved in the collective, please do come by and have an informal catch up at CCA Glasgow on Friday 29 August from 7.30pm in the downstairs bar.For more information, email or check out our Creative Scotland Opportunities entry:
Today on TYCI, we interview Ashley Remer, the woman behind a unique online archive:
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Saturday’s raffle raised £211.53 for Prostate Cancer UK! Thanks to everyone who entered and special cheers to Stereo for their donation.
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TYCI’s August Subcity Radio show is now available to listen again, with Halina and Amanda interviewing Wye Oak and playing music from the likes of Speedy Ortiz, FKA twigs, Conquering Animal Sound, Jenny Lewis, Gymnast and PAWS.

We’ll be back on Subcity on Thursday 11 September, 5-7pm.

This week’s #LADYSOUNDS theme! Post your suggestions for songs by female artists underneath this image on our socials or email and we’ll share a playlist on 8tracks this weekend.

We need feminism because…women gamers are so often targeted with chauvinist behavior online, well-meaning and respectable men have to become self-conscious of their words and tone so not to be labeled as sexist. Feminism’s true purpose isn’t to alienate individuals; it’s to bring common equality to everyone. While gaming, everyone in the chat call suddenly become stiff and normal upon hearing my female voice. It was only until after someone said, “Just treat her like one of the bro’s” was everyone able to stop being on guard in fear of retaliation.
Women don’t want to hear demeaning comments - no person does. But you don’t need to put on an act either. If you’re not a jerk, you’re not one of the people that feminism stands up against. Instead, you’d stand alongside with us if you just treat us as “one of the bro’s.”
For our September event, TYCI are back in Bar Bloc with Cut Ribbons playing live alongside Future Fight (Glasgow Roller Derby) and Kid Canaveral on the decks.Every month, TYCI supports a different charity, with the funds raised at this event going to Anxiety UK.As usual, doors at 11pm, free before midnight, £2 after. Anyone who arrives after midnight but writes ‘TYCI’ on their knuckles still gets in free.This month’s poster is by Katy Rustrick. Time to let your hair down and TYCI.xCUT RIBBONS: CANAVERAL: UK: RUSTRICK:

Our latest zine is now available to read on ISSUU!