Greetings all, especially Kate and Sociopathic Revelation.
Kate, you wanted to discuss "healthy masculinity" so here we go. Re. the topic , I'll take a very brief stab at it and let others chime in as they see fit.
I think another person (MAUS?) stated what it is not, that being "female with a penis," and he was spot-on with that remark. I don't care what Hugo says about biological determination, etc., (because frankly, he has absolutely no idea what he's talking about on the topic) there are fundamental biologically-based behavioral differences between male and female humans. We even see this in in structural aspects like brain physiology and anatomy, etc., which provide measurable clues for hypothesizing sources of behavioral differences. However, I'm not very good at defining "healthy masculinity" - I'm like the U.S. Supreme Court justice who said about pornography: "I can't define it, but I know it when I see it." I'll offer my armchair definition just the same.
Male humans are more prone to be visually oriented (vs. verbally oriented), risk-taking "doers" (vs. cautious "talkers"), and competitive (vs. cooperative). Feminists have strong aversions to typical, healthy male behavior such as competition and action (this is manifest in many sports), instead preferring the feminine traits of cooperation and communication (i.e., talking); cooperation manifests itself in girls' tendency to do as they are told by, e.g., teachers, sit quietly, do what they're told, etc. Males are also more prone to be "risk-takers" while females are more prone to "play it safe;" both of these behaviors are grounded in evolution and other general biological principles.
Therefore, I would say that healthy masculinity contains a majority of the above-stated elements, i.e., action, competition, risk-taking, and stoicism (vs. talkativeness) while at the same time balancing those with lesser amounts of feminine traits, all while practicing the general principle of "do no harm." The trouble we have now is that our society has 'gone feminine' and thus values all things feminine, and at the same time not only does not value masculinity, but has lowered itself to the level whereby masculine traits are seen as "toxic." (As an aside, at Hugo's he attributed the term "toxic masculinity" to MRAs when in fact it was feminists who coined the phrase. This is just one of many examples of Hugo's and other feminist's propensity for transference and projection.)
That's a start - others join the discussion as you wish.
(edited twice to close a parenthetical, fix various spelling and syntactical blunders, and to clarify)