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Do I Sound Gay? is a american film of genre Documentary released in USA on 10 july 2015 with George Takei

Do I Sound Gay? (2015)

Do I Sound Gay?
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Released in USA 10 july 2015
Length 1h17
Rating59% 2.9504452.9504452.9504452.9504452.950445

Do I Sound Gay? is a 2014 American documentary film by David Thorpe, which explores the existence and accuracy of stereotypes about the speech patterns of gay men, and the ways in which one's degree of conformity to the stereotype can contribute to internalized homophobia. Other figures participating in the film include Dan Savage, George Takei, David Sedaris, Tim Gunn, and Margaret Cho, as well as University of Toronto linguist Ron Smyth.

The film was funded in part by a Kickstarter campaign in the spring of 2014.


George Takei

Margaret Cho

Louis C.K.

Truman Capote


Stephen Fry

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