Em Johnson condemns the insufficient toilet provisions for women; getting pissed off about pissing whilst getting pissed in a brewery.
"The biggest and best thing about a DIY zine is having the freedom to do and say exactly what you want. There are no rules and nobody to answer to so the possibilities are endless."
Rick Delaney taste tests Lockjaw Records' Coffee midway through Manchester Punk Festival. The result is this hilarious, hungover story, that'll resonate even if you don't have the slightest interest in coffee.
...and every woman you perceive to be perfect hates themselves anyway. Millie Manders explores the impossible beauty standards we face, and how that affects her as an artist.
Five women are standing against Jonny 'Itch' Fox in defamation case he's raised for speaking up against his behaviour and actions. Guest writer Em Johnson explains the importance of our solidarity with those women.
Pre-Gig Anxiety: made worse by day jobs, traffic, hunger, other people or flaming Volkswagens. Lucias Malcolm gives us an amusing account of a problem every band will be all too familiar with.
Lucias from Call Me Malcolm discusses the constant pressure of anxiety and panic that haunts him on stage.
"DIY publishing is anyone who has ever taken an idea and made it a reality." Martin Appleby shares a love of punk fanzines and independent publishing.
Ben (ex-Paper Champ/The 4130s) shares a personal story of how fear and anxiety have hindered his enjoyment of punk rock.