Male sexual desire, Hugo Schwyzer writes, is shaped by a desire for the approval of other men.
Hugo Schwyzer believes we can all learn something from Mark Frauenfelder, who stood up for his daughter after being shamed for what she was wearing.
Hugo Schwyzer, father of a daughter and a son, supports unfettered access to emergency contraception like Plan B.
In this guest post, Hugo Schwyzer weighs in on the most controversial episode of Lena Dunham’s “Girls” ever.
Hugo Schwyzer sees a world where men can be better, happier and different by including women’s voices in the telling of stories about men.
“One of [the] childish things adult men must put away is the need to deflect, belittle, or exaggerate women’s anger.”
Hugo Schwyzer responds to a Twitter debate.
Why do good men have to pay for other men’s bad behavior? Hugo Schwyzer explains the answer he learned in his first Women’s Studies class.
Striking results as to the prevalence of sexual violence for both males and females.
Men in positions of power need to overcome their fears, Hugo Schwyzer writes, and start making themselves available to members of the opposite sex.
Men and women should celebrate where we are, Hugo Schwyzer writes, but we still need to keep moving forward.
Despite the negative connotations, Hugo Schwyzer writes, using the term “losing your virginity” actually makes a lot of sense.
Hugo Schwyzer agrees that the “possibility of equality” is indeed erotic.
Hugo Schwyzer tries to discern why even after several failed relationships with lesbians or lesbian types, his heart still flutters around short hair and strong jaws.
Sometimes a sexually promiscuous, unfaithful, bisexual woman is just what you need.
Hugo Schwyzer looks at the role men play in the dynamic between daughter-in-law’s and mother-in-law’s.