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Ideal voice for malette?
« on: February 02, 2024, 02:24:57 pm »
As the modern male adopts the styles formerly associated with females, the question of voice eventually comes up.  Should a malette speak in the voice he found during puberty or should his voice sound feminine?

I have thought of this from time to time.  While a personal speech coach might help, most people won’t be able to afford many sessions.

Now there is research toward an application for mobile devices that would coach the user to learn a female sounding voice.

This is oriented toward transgenders because all the publicity around that group lately, however it seems like it would also be perfect for a malette leaning to improve himself.

Not sure when it would be available but I would enjoy trying it out whenever it comes out.

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Re: Ideal voice for malette?
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2024, 12:19:34 pm »
I would certainly be interested in trying this. My voice had always been a problem for me in the past. Even as a man my voice is quite deep and I sound very unfeminine. When I was young and going the gender fluid thing the amount of speaking I would need to do would often decide what gender role I could present as.

Although I could pass as female in appearance and body language, any more than a few words would reveal my true gender. I had tried to lighten my voice a little, but after a few sentences it would sound as though I was whispering. Situations where I knew that I would not have to say very much such as shopping could easily be done as female, you'd be surprised how far a polite nod and a smile will get you. Other situations, like taking a car to a garage I'd have to present as male. On the social side, I learnt how to keep my voice hidden. I was discreet when talking with female friends and in situations like a being in a restaurant they would subtly order on my behalf.

The advantage I have is that I am not trans. I got to choose my gender role freely, and although there some situations where I would have preferred to present as female, it was ultimately just an inconvenience. Now, as a sissy, it does not really matter. Although LadyC is quite strict in her feminisation, this only happens in private. But, just like walking in heels, it would be a nice skill to have.
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Re: Ideal voice for malette?
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2024, 01:29:29 pm »
I have never tried to change my male voice.
Nevertheless we have stared to discuss at home, we do not have an opinion yet


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Re: Ideal voice for malette?
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2024, 09:01:44 am »
  Jemima, It's hard to believe that your cute face could have a very low voice for a man.  You are very pretty.
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Re: Ideal voice for malette?
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2024, 09:11:41 am »
My sissy speaks al little as possible!!   He has to consciously adjust his voice…
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Re: Ideal voice for malette?
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2024, 02:36:55 pm »
When serving as a maid to my wife, most talking is done as polite responses to commands. I always try and speak in a softer tone but that is part of being polite and respectful rather than any attempt to really alter the voice. As a youngster, i used to be able to sing in a fairly high register; I only wish I could talk at the same pitch, it would be a gift!
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