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Psychologically, Murray-Dickson says this is understandable. This is deeply isolating.
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This is why I hate my voice and the voices of other gay men. What false generosity is it to offer people the opportunity to spend our lives hiding? I came to understand it as a test. Mollies Urnings. Linguist David Crystal correlated talk with gay men use among men of an "effeminate" or "simpering" voice with a widened range of pitchglissando effects between stressed syllables, greater use of fall-rise and rise-fall tones, vocal breathiness and huskiness, and occasionally more switching to the falsetto register.
Category:LGBT culture. I knew most guys would fall for the typical white blonde girl with blue eyes, so I chose those. Anna Livia and Kira Hall. Gay people so often fear other gay voices, voices we cannot control representing our shared experiences and world, but because so much is unsaid, we also hunger for our world to be described with grandeur, with plumage.
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