Gay men and high pitched voices

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After three years of research, linguistics professors Henry Rogers and Ron Smyth may be on the verge of answering that question. They want to know how men acquire this manner of speaking, and why — especially when society so often stigmatizes those with gay-sounding voices. Rogers and Smyth are also exploring the stereotypes that gay men sound effeminate and are recognized by the way they speak.

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David Thorpe, a journalist and film-maker, has become an expert on the vocal registers of gay men. His new movie Do I Sound Gay? As the men and it is mainly men embark for a weekend of sun, sea and sex, the boat can often sound like a flock of seagulls getting ready for a Robyn concert.

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I am a gay man, and that means I do not like the sound of my own voice. Also, all children sound gay. I grew up a cerebral, effeminate child in a farm town in Northern California.

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In all four studies, listeners were found to make gender-typical inferences about traits and preferences of heterosexual speakers, but gender-atypical inferences about those of gay or lesbian speakers. Behavioral intention measures showed that listeners considered lesbian and gay speakers as less suitable for a leadership position, and male but not female listeners took distance from gay speakers. Sexual orientation is a social category that, differently from many others that are signaled by clear visual features such as skin color, is not ascertained until the person self-discloses. The present work aims to extend this literature by investigating how people react to vocal cues of sexual orientation in terms of stereotypical inferences, social avoidance, and discriminatory behaviors.

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Ben Stokes made "stupid noises" and "camp gestures" to mimic two gay men outside a nightclub, a doorman said Tuesday at the England cricketer's trial for alleged affray. Stokes mimicked the "high-pitched" voices of William O'Connor and Kai Barry, two "quite effeminate" regulars at Mbargo nightclub in Bristol, southwest England, said doorman Andrew Cunningham. On Monday's opening day of the trial at Bristol Crown Court, jurors saw footage of Stokes, 27, brawling with year-old Ryan Ali and Ryan Hale, 28, outside Mbargo in the early hours of September 25 last year.

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Gay male speechparticularly within North American Englishhas been the focus of numerous modern stereotypes, as well as sociolinguistic studies. Scientific research has uncovered phonetically significant features produced by many gay men and demonstrated that listeners accurately guess speakers' sexual orientation at rates greater than chance. Research does not support the notion that gay speech entirely adopts feminine speech characteristics, but, rather, that it selectively adopts some of those features.

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Throughout my adult life -- after being shot down by a cute guy I was hitting on, after a job interview that seemed distinctly chilly from the beginning, after store clerks snickered with each other as I left a shop -- I've found myself thinking, If only I sounded straighter, the world would be my oyster. I'm intelligent, attractive, relatively young Why, I bet I could be president if only I sounded 'straight'!

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Several well known, and one misunderstood, features of the stereotypical gay voice. We'll look at English today, and stereotypes for gay men only. Obviously, not all gays have it, or anything like it; we are talking about perceptions.

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Heterosexual men want their sexuality to be known when meeting someone for the first time more than any other sexual orientation group, a new study in the Journal of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, reports. Researchers from the University of Surrey, Instituto Universitario in Portugal and University of Padua in Italy, studied whether heterosexual, homosexual and lesbian men and women believe their voice is an indicator of their sexual orientation to others and their desire for it to be disclosed. Surveying men and women heterosexual, homosexual and lesbian researchers discovered that men believed their voices are more revealing of their sexual orientation than women, indicating that stronger stereotypes about gay voice exist for men than women.

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