Male sexual desire, Hugo Schwyzer writes, is shaped by a desire for the approval of other men.
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It took Hugo Schwyzer three marriages to realize that there needs to be an equal partnership in setting limits.
Hugo Schwyzer is infuriated by the insinuation that men are more interested in a woman’s cleavage than her intellect.
Masculinity is a performance, Hugo Schwyzer writes, in which men differentiate themselves from boys.
Even though biology might not be destiny, Hugo Schwyzer writes, there’s nothing wrong with a man being chivalrous.
What is the ‘particular fascination that certain young men seem to have with self-destructive, doomed, talented young women?’
Flirting feels good, but Hugo Schwyzer wonders if it’s always good for us.
“What’s less authentic than entering into a ‘spontaneous’ social interaction with a script?” Hugo Schwyzer argues that “negging” isn’t cool.
Los Angeles SlutWalk steering committee member and GMPM columnist Hugo Schwyzer argues that SlutWalk is for men, too.
Despite the assumption that every guy has masturbated, is masturbating, or will masturbate, self-pleasure has been getting a bad rap for 3,000 years.
The tragedy of traditional masculinity is that it shortens men’s lives—and that it does so in the name of making them better husbands, fathers, brothers, and sons.
Responding to the news that Prince William won’t be wearing a wedding band, Hugo Schwyzer argues that if you’re married, you should sport a ring.
Hyped fashion blog The Man Repeller has almost nothing to do with men—except, possibly, to remind you that women don’t necessarily care what you think about their fashion choices.
Seriously. Don’t feign helplessness. If you can open the pickle jar yourself, go for it.
Erectile dysfunction shouldn’t necessarily send you running to the doctor for a Viagra prescription. Run-of-the-mill ED might just improve your sex life in the long run.