Struck by the responses to a comment left under this video, I felt compelled to add these thoughts:
Imagine you are gay and you hear the words "A real man with natural desires." In and of itself there is nothing homophobic about that statement, however, it is tainted with code words often use by those who are. Is it unreasonable for someone gay to be a little suspicious of that statement?
With that in mind, image you are a person of colour and you view a video entitled "All-American Boy" which features not a single person of colour. Is it unreasonable to be a little suspicious? Are "All-American Boy" code words? That depends on the context in which they are used. Unfortunately and probably most unintentionally, the optics of this video don't provide the most reassuring context.
THIS IS NOT TO SAY THAT IS RACIST or has any agenda other than to help country music be more inclusive of gay men, of which this video does a beautifully masterful job. However, it is to say that this video's title paired with its content can, probably most unintentionally, bring up painful thoughts for some.