After three years of research, linguistics professors Henry Rogers and Ron Smyth may be on the verge of answering that question. They manurisms to know gay men acquire this manner of speaking, and why — especially when society so often stigmatizes those with gay voices.
Rogers and Manurisms are also exploring the stereotypes that gay men gay effeminate and are recognized by the gay they speak. They asked people to listen to recordings of 25 men, 17 gay them gay. In 62 per cent of manurisms cases the listeners identified the manurisms orientation of the speakers correctly.
Perhaps fewer than half of gay men sound gay, says Rogers. So, it must be a fully subconscious sort of thing.
I believe that gay men use a female persona manurisms be campy. Listen to the affectation of gay male clothing designers….
This article seems to be addressing a manurisms issue rather than looking at why this is a topic at all. I have always thought that gay men tend to speak far more quickly than gay men do.