Hugo Schwyzer explains how a dad who relies solely on emotional validation from his daughter (instead of his wife) might be causing unforeseen harm.
No, it’s just another lazy excuse of male weakness, writes Hugo Schwyzer.
Hugo Schwyzer agrees we should be talking more. But let it be about what healthy, joy-filled, life-enhancing male sexuality looks like.
Hugo Schwyzer argues that the gender preference of the seasoned elite fosters leniency and protection in the name of loyalty.
Macho culture is driving boys to bully and harass, writes Hugo Schwyzer.
It’s not easy to date a younger woman when you’re an older man, Hugo Schwyzer writes.
A new art exhibit questions our conceptions of male beauty, and Hugo Schwyzer thinks it’s about damn time.
By encouraging women to wear ‘sexy’ costumes, Hugo Schwyzer writes, we’re selling both men and women short.
We need to get over the myth that men are invulnerable to sexual victimization at the hands of women says Hugo Schwyzer.
Hugo Schwyzer argues that being a man should not induce guilt or shame, but rather be the root of responsibility.
Hugo Schwyzer argues that men who are less horny than their female partners are subject to another, more crippling stereotype: they must be gay or something.
“That’s awesome, but now we have to go out and continue to earn it.”
Hugo Schwyzer doesn’t mind a gender-neutral God, but the last thing he wants is for people to think that only a female God can be nurturing and compassionate.
Hugo Schwyzer tells about his experiences in and out of the pain of Self injury, Endurance Sports, and Male Narcissism.
Every guy wants to know his partner’s number, but Hugo Schwyzer thinks it’s time for us to stop worrying.
Our justice system is racist, Hugo Schwyzer writes, and that needs to change.