Feds spend $150,000 on transgender voice therapy

The Federal Government is spending $152,000 to study “voice therapy” for transgenders.
“This study will illuminate the capabilities of the human larynx and inform the relationship between voice production and perception,” states a National Institutes of Health grant, awarded to George Washington University.  “The long term goal of this research is to inform and provide new directions for Transgender voice care, thereby improving the lives of people who feel their voice is a great obstacle to living as their preferred gender.” More.     [Thanks ECS]