Originally Posted by Kyuusai
Well, most of these traps pictured here are just some vocal practice away from sounding like girls if they can't already. It's actually quite possible for many men to sound like women.
The Korean model Harisu
, though technically a transgender, has had no surgery done to create a more feminine appearance (aside from breast implants and a nose job), and has an acting and singing career--with quite a female voice.
There goes the hope of people who think they can identify traps through their voices.
Although I thought some people just born with feminine voice and that a person's natural voice cannot be changed, it looks like the situation is different.
The transgender and singer above proves it all, since she looks pretty flexible as well and not rigid (well, I know she's a dancer but still...) .
PS: It seems you erased the last part of your post.