What’s on? Our woman-centric event rundown

Scotland, and particularly Glasgow, has a wild amount of events focusing on creative women. If you’re anything like me, you’ll tick ‘going’ on Facebook to just about everything, as if in two months time you won’t still be completely overwhelmed by life’s responsibilities and completely forget you had plans. Well, I’ve decided to help you (and… Read More What’s on? Our woman-centric event rundown

Fannying Around With Edinburgh’s Premier Genderqueer Drag Queen DJ

20-year-old caffeine fuelled Murray Tait, aka Groundskeeper Fanny, is a rare bird in Scotland. Combining various elements of pop, high and low culture, Tait represents a style of drag that few can replicate. With regular appearances at nights like Such A Drag and The Rabbit Hole Tait has established a strong following across Scotland and the… Read More Fannying Around With Edinburgh’s Premier Genderqueer Drag Queen DJ

Creative Writing: Where The Wild Flowers Grow by Rhianne Forrest

Rhianne Forrest is a Creative Writing and Journalism student at the University of Strathclyde. At only 18, she absolutely adores writing, and we at Aye Hen are lucky to showcase her piece “Where The Wild Flowers Grow”. Wildflowers. You don’t think much of them. But they are amazing. Wildflowers grow. Wildflowers bloom. Wildflowers flourish.  Sadly,… Read More Creative Writing: Where The Wild Flowers Grow by Rhianne Forrest

Nicole Brownlie – Founder of The Cruelty Free Diners Club

24-year-old Nicole Brownlie is a Glasgow based computing graduate with a passion for animal rights, health, well-being and fitness. This year Nicole founded The Cruelty Free Dining Club as a small project to express her love of animal rights as well as eating well and found it to be very successful. With almost 50 members… Read More Nicole Brownlie – Founder of The Cruelty Free Diners Club