Since we’re halfway between Pendulum Effect podcast episodes, it seems like a good time to remind readers that this blog hosts an associated program on equality and gender issues, available through itunes or direct download at www.pendulumeffect.com, and to announce the creation of a facebook fan page for the show.
Pendulum Effect is the first and so far as we know only regular show to explore a diverse selection of men’s issues in contemporary society through interviews with leading intellectuals, professionals and activists. Please join the fan page to engage in discussion related to guests and topics on the show, to be sent updates when new shows are available, and to join others interested in debating some of the larger men’s issues we touch on more peripherally on this blog, like health, violence, father’s rights, boys rights, legal bias and misandry.
Our upcoming episode, next Friday, February 14th, will feature Mark’s regular contribution on the topic of the meaning of the title Pendulum Effect, as well as an interview with Ken Weibe of Fathers Canada and the conclusion of my interview with Warren Farrell covering the past and future of feminism, equality and the gender transition movement.
Much like a pendulum, our show seems to swing in and out of the top 10 social science podcasts between the posting of a new episode and the following two weeks. Much as this may seem appropriate, we encourage you to help us keep its popularity high by subscribing here for free with itunes. Alternatively, you can use this feedburner link in your browser.