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Vocal Therapy Offers A Non-Surgical Method of Feminizing the Voice That Works

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thank you - I've tried hard to change my voice but to no avail yet I don't have a deep voice.

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Speech therapy/voice therapy has been around for a while. The issue is manipulation of the larynx, and moving the sounds forward into the upper airway. This change the vibration and resonance. With training, one can elevate their pitch. It takes a great deal of practice. I went through a year and a half of speech therapy, and still opted for the Wendler's glottoplasty. Honestly, I would have been happier if I could have built a time machine, went back to when I was a pre-pubertal kid, and taken HRT to keep my voice from changing. The kids who can still transition and go through the puberty they want, have a huge advantage. Unfortunately, a certain party wants to make life miserable for all transgender individuals regardless of age.

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this is the way I have chosen because it allows me to keep my deep masculine voice so that I can easily troll people online or in person.

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