Oct. 14, 2020
Key of T
Choral singer Ari Agha tells about potentially risking their singing voice when they embarked on testosterone therapy as part of their gender transition
The things we love to do often become a core part of our identity, forming a foundation of who we are as people and how we see ourselves in the world. Most of us never have to choose between those things and our identity.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Ari Agha, PhD, a choral singer and researcher with the City of Calgary, about the dilemma they faced when they embarked on testosterone therapy as part of their gender transition. They knew they'd be risking their singing voice, yet there was next to no research on the subject to help make their decision. They share their experiences and what they found out over the course of taking T.
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