“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.”
— Madeleine Albright (1937 – )
Most of the research into EGI is made through imagery and visual support. We are more visual than ever before as images literally surround us and are in our living rooms, on our computers and in our pockets and hands with smartphones and iPads. Continue reading
Many historical “facts” are so well integrated that we seldom question their origin or credibility. EGI has never been part of the official history but some gender related topics are still much talked about in movies, books, and music – a good example would be the Castrato.
Castrato singers are often mentioned whenever incredible vocal feats are encountered. By way of castration, young boys are kept from reaching sexual maturity and thus allowing the vocal cords to remain under-developed by the lack of male growth hormone (testosterone is produced by a man’s testies). Normally it is suggested that the voice of such individuals can be of incomparable beauty Continue reading