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  • March 6, 2021

Michael Henry wonders: Does confidence just mask toxic masculinity?

Ever-prolific comic Michael Henry has released his latest video: an odd, if funny, rumination on the sexiness of confidence. Is a confident man a turn-on? Or does the confidence translate into toxic masculinity?

The video finds Henry and friend John Hartman discussing confidence in a West Hollywood park.

“I’d like for you to tell me something,” Michael asks. Without missing a beat, John launches into a litany of problems that include erectile issues, flatulence and bad tipping.

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“What I want to know is if you think confidence in a man is a turn-on,” Michael says, trying to reign in his friend. “The reason I ask is because a friend told me that his number one turn-on when it comes to a man is confidence.”

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“Who doesn’t love a confident man?” John asks.

“I like men who are sure of themselves when it comes to work and life and their overall self, but I like guys who are insecure about those things too,” Michael replies.

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The pair then launch into a debate over if a man that shows insecurities shows off humble confidence, or if an appealing man shows no flaws at all.

“I like an assertive man. A sturdy man. A man who can achieve big things. A man who has a deep voice and a beard and a three-piece suit.” John eventually proclaims.

“Okay see, now that’s the thing. I think that when guys say they want a confident man, that’s really just code for I like a masculine man,” Michael observes. “The two are not the same, honey.”

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John then starts to rattle off more of his own flaws, including his anal issues. Somehow, we think those are the least of his problems.

Have a watch, and decide where you fall on the debate.

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