**NEW EPISODE** Slut Walk- With Extras

We have Rachel from Slut Walk SLC to discuss what the Slut Walk is and talk about consent culture. Plus, we help a listener with an overly-dramatic, clingy friend (and this time, the overly clingy friend isn’t Jackson!)

Slut Walk is a global movement to reduce stigma surrounding sexual violence and promote consent culture. We’re discussing the Salt Lake City event, but there is very likely one near you. If you’d like help finding resources, just email us at gytshow@gmail.com


Slut Walk SLC is September 30th at Noon beginning at the city offices in downtown Salt Lake City. For more info on Slut Walk SLC, visit facebook.com/slutwalkslc

Show Extras

Jackson had the opportunity to join a 1-hour, commercial-free broadcast across 7 radio stations in Salt Lake City for a frank discussion on suicide. Check out the Facebook live video below. And more importantly, reach out to someone. Even if you don’t think anything is wrong. It never hurts to reach out ❤️


**NEW EPISODE!** Parenting and Mental Health

Natalie Sacks from The Mental Mommy joins us to discuss mental health and parenting. When you’re already dealing with mental illness, how can you handle the added stress that comes from being a parent? Jackson’s answer: boxed wine. But let’s consult the actual parents. And we help a listener with ex girlfriend drama.

Plus, do different shaped fruit snacks taste different? We’ll do a taste test next week on our facebook page. Be sure to follow us.

Follow Natalie’s blog at mentalmommy.weebly.com and on instagram @mental.mommy

GYT 013- Teen Suicide

We realize that this is our second episode in a row about suicide. But we also realize that suicide is an incredibly important issue that usually doesn’t get discussed. So we’re doing it anyway.

Did you know that in Utah, suicide was the leading cause of teenage death in 2015? This is not okay! We have the amazing, beautiful, strong Angela Gilbert from the REACH Program (thereachprogram.com) to discuss.

If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, please reach out. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK, find resources in your area, or email us at gytshow@gmail.com and we can get you the resources you need. You are important, you are valued, and most importantly, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Let’s fix it together.