What does it mean to “sound gay” or “look gay”? Is there anything “wrong” with our gay perceptions, should we learn to be comfortable with our gay perceptions, or should we seek to evolve beyond our gay perceptions?
We’re back on track with our bimonthly podcast schedule! In the first of this two-part episode, Tom and Elliott dive into the topic of gay perceptions: our voices, our mannerisms, and how engrained these aspects can be.
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We hope you enjoy the episode below! And don’t forget to comment: do you think you sound or look “gay”? Has anyone ever told you that he/she “knew” after you shared your struggle? Does sounding or looking “gay” bother you, do you seek to change it, or do you simply accept it?
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Do I Sound Gay? documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Duv3lYhOy-A