Inspired by letitoutjamie’s testosteronediaries voice change recordings, here’s my own attempt to talk as low as I can, as high as I can, in a ‘manly’ voice and in a ‘girly’ voice, as well as in my comfortable voice register.
It’s just meant to be a bit of fun, but it *would* be interesting if a bunch of different people posted the same to illustrate how much of a range different people’s voices have. Mine doesn’t go down all that low for a voice affected by testosterone. For reference, I’m a tenor.
Autism spectrum Doctor Who fans and friends, I need your help!
I am a Doctor Who fan and an Aspie working on a book project about Doctor Who and the autism spectrum, and the most important thing I can imagine is for this book to incorporate as many viewpoints as possible. I am looking for anyone - anyone at all - to answer a few questions about their own experiences with Doctor Who. You don’t have to have seen a lot of it, you don’t have to be familiar with the classic series, you don’t have to have a particular spectrum condition (or any diagnosis at all). Any input at all is welcomed and greatly appreciated.
The questionnaire can be viewed online here (PDF or DOCX) - or I can e-mail it upon request (it’s a little long for a post). It’s important to note that you can answer as many or as few questions as you like, and in as much or as little detail as you like.
If you would be willing to respond, please feel free to answer at your leisure and e-mail me your responses at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would prefer to submit your answers some other way, or have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me or contact me at one of the various options available (Twitter, Tumblr, and so on)! You can also find me on Gallifrey Base (the Doctor Who forums) or Wrong Planet (the autism spectrum forums) as “Jeyradan.”
Anything that helps more responses come in is a good thing.