World Childless Week matters and here’s why The latest episode of ‘The F Word at Work’ marks World Childless Week 2023 and in this conversation you’ll be hearing firstly from our expert speaker, Katy Schnitzler founder of MIST Workshops about the research she’s been doing around the childless community and the conversations we’ve been facilitating […]
Helena Tubridy discusses ‘Male childlessness and infertility’ with Dr Robin Hadley via #InstaLive @FertilityExpert
‘Male childlessness and infertility’ Dr Robin Hadley: “I wanted to be a voice for men- and I had the data!” We discusses his wonderful book “How is a Man Supposed to be a Man: Make Childlessness – a Life Course Disrupted” by Berghahn Books. We chatted about Rob’s lived experience, the myth of infinite male fertility, […]
Angela Walker in conversation with… Dr Robin Hadley. Angela explores ‘Childless Men: On the sorrow and disenfranchisement of men with no children’
Angela Walker in conversation with… Dr Robin Hadley. ‘CHILDLESS MEN: Dr Robin Hadley on the sorrow and disenfranchisement of men with no children’ Why do we never talk about involuntary male childlessness? A quarter of men do not have children and for many of them this is not through choice. Join me as I sit […]
Margaret O’Connor’s “The ‘Are Kids for Me?’ Podcast.” Margaret discusses male childlessness with Dr Robin Hadley.
How do you find answers to the ‘Are Kids for Me?’ question? Counsellor and Psychotherapist Margaret O’Connor’s podcast aims to shed light on this sensitive topic by engaging with a wide range of people.
There are more childless men than childless women.
In this episode Rory and Dr Robin chatted about societal norms and how men navigate through conceiving, or the process of waiting.
Discussion on male childlessness, classism in academia, mental health, the stigma around male broodiness and male fertility.
This is the Father’s Day USA edition of Childless not by Choice examining how circumstantially childless men manage on Father’s Day.
How do people survive living and working in challenging organisations? Psychologists David Jones and Naomi Murphy talk to people who have encountered some of the most oppressive institutions.
Miss Amanda Chen anonymously interviews different men from all walks of life about gender roles, expectations from society and how that affects our self worth.