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Living as a transgender/transsexual woman is not always easy, it requires hard work and we must pay attention to little things that cis-gender woman take for granted. For me, developing and maintaining a consistant, acceptable feminine voice has been very difficult, especially as I’ve gotten older and my male voice has become deeper. Even with Voice Feminization Lessons and a lot of practice, I am never really satisfied with the voice I hear when I’m speaking, even with compliments from those around me. I always hear a falsetto voice in my head when I should be hearing a feminine voice. I realize that there are plenty of deep voiced cis gender woman out there but there’s a big difference in a male voice compared to a deep female voice and we want to present ourselves as we see ourselves. Right!?? So, what’s your opinion on this subject?? Does anyone else struggle with their feminine voice or are you one of the lucky ones who naturally have a higher voice.
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