Let's say you meet a guy or girl whose personality you love, you think they are cute, and they treat you well. The only problem is that you aren't really a fan of their speaking voice. Maybe her voice is low, or you don't like the way she pronounces words. Maybe his voice is higher than average and has a hint of that stereotypical "gay" voice even though he's straight. Is this something that should be looked past if the other factors are there? Should not loving someone's voice be a deal breaker? Is it possible to learn to love their voice?
Most Helpful Guy
It depends on your principles and the way you perform and set your values.
A voice shouldn't be matter at all. Love is beyond just a voice. If you really love someone, you will love their everything including their voice whatsoever very automatically. That's true unconditional love.
If you have mixed feelings and you are not sure about how you really feel about the person and you are still on the journey to identify the identity of your feelings. In my opinion you can develop feelings for such elements as voice. It doesn't sound a negative force to me. As you spend more time around him you will get used to his voice and when you start to feel more bond with him. You will start to develop feelings for his voice and it becomes more acceptable to you.1
Most Helpful Girl
No, its not a deal breaker xD You get used to people's voices and if you have feelings for them, then you're bond to fall in love with their voice.2