Dear Sambag,

I, unfortunately, have a gay voice and although I am gay I would not like to sound that way. I have a lisp especially for the s, l, and the r. I think.

I know that you will say to just accept myself the way I am, but isn’t that just settling. Nonetheless, you will agree with me that there is discrimination against gays and lesbians and I would like to avoid that whenever possible during interviews and such… Any recommendation?

– Henry

Dear Henry,

You are you and your voice is yours and it’s part of who you are. I wouldn’t worry about what other people say or think about it. Just be yourself. The more worthy you see yourself, the more worthy others will see you.

But I’ll stop there and let our readers weigh in. Please share your advice and experiences in the Comments below.

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Dear Sambag, I, unfortunately, have a gay voice and although I am gay I would not like to sound that way. I have a lisp especially for the s, l, and the r. I think. I know that you will say to just accept myself the way I am, but isn't...