You should imagine how sad it makes the women who posses the traits that you guys are categorizing as being male.I see some people say that it's offensive towards women etc., and it makes me sad.
All my life I've been very self conscious about my booming voice, because if I talk in my comfortable voice people think I'm raising my voice at them, that I'm yelling, so I've learned early on to speak and sing very quietly. People have given me a lot of grief over the sound my larinx makes, because if someone calls me on the phone and I'm mentally unprepared to change my voice in that moment to a quieter and softer one they'll think me very rude because how my normal voice sounds or when someone annoys me or angers me I unconsciously start responding in my normal voice and they'll accuse me of yelling at them.... and on top of this, thanks to threads like this, I not only have to be self-concious about the sound my larynx makes but also about how large it looks. Oh the joy...
BTW I don' have a hormonal imbalance, I've had to check because of how my thyroid looks.
I've seen you posted prominent veins as another sign of female celebrities being born male.
I've had very prominent veins on my hands, forearms and feet ever since I can remember, because I've always had very bad blood circulation and I also have very thin skin. I've always been very self-conscious about my veins because they're an eye-sore and now because some people on the Internet have deemed this a male trait, I'm going to become even more self-conscious.
Lisa has long arms for her body and long arms mean bad peripheric circulation, plus she obviously bleaches her skin so she's caused her skin to thin = more visible veins.
Forgive me but do you seriously see all male features in all these singers you posted?Yeah, women can be masculine. I have broad shoulders, too. But not all the male features at once!
Then go ahead and have role models of real women, not the ones on screens who shouldn't qualify as a role model for anyone, not because they may have not been born female but because people shouldn't look up to them....and Thou shall have no idols, LOLSo why it seems like almost all the celebs have it? I always wondered why all the celebs and models are so masculine, and men are so feminine. I wish I had role models of real women, not trans, that's why I am here.
The reason female celebs & models tend to have sharper facial features that are more commonly found in the male population than the female population is because their more angular looks are more memorable than traditional feminine faces, because we remember unusual looks better than ones we can find in most representatives of that gender.
Another reason is because they photograph better, the camera loves individuality and a balanced proportion of sharp and soft, rather than too much softness (in females) and too much sharpness (in males).
So the prettiest woman you have ever seen in real life may look very bland on film and you'll not be inclined to remember that person, so she'll have less chance of ever becoming famous in the first place.
Look at this very pretty and feminine face, I've always been fascinated by facial features especially, but also analyzing all the physical features that differentiate one person from all the others I've seen (it's a professional defect) but this woman, beautiful as she may be, won't stick in my mind even for a few minutes. Her looks don't stand out in any way, so even though in real life her looks may attract admiration, on film and from an artistic point of view she's very boring.
In males, highly masculine faces are not usually friendly looking, men like these are not the type you can imagine yourself creating a bond with, because let's face it most women imagine themselves with their favorite male celebrity, and if they can't picture themselves with those men they usually don't become their fans
Also like I mentioned before, their too strong features are just too bland looking to remember a man and they don't look as good on camera.
Now there are very feminine looking women and very masculine looking men in show business too, but they're facial or physical features almost always have an unusual trait too, like very big eyes in a woman, floppy ears in a man, very prominent cheeckbones, aegyo bags in female Caucasian celebrities, very deep set eyes in men, etc. Basically traits that are still feminine (in the women) and masculine (in the men) but they're exaggerated or simply unusual for their ethnicity, so therefore they're not boring.