I’ve always found the concept of the stereotypical “gay” voice really interesting. It doesn’t make any sense to me, to be honest. Most of the gay boys I know have it, and I don’t know anyone who has it and is straight. Also another thing that really pops into my head is that I know a guy who thought he was straight in high school, but came out in college, and as soon as he came out, his voice changed into the stereotypical voice.

I don’t get it.

  1. secret-icecream-empress said: well, clearly it is performative. it’s not a natural biological thing that comes from liking cock. it’s a means of performing “I am gay” - a signal to others. that’s why not all gay men do it, because they don’t want to define themselves that way.
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