interesting read from my last boosted toot about skin tone and image descriptions. something I think about too when describing myself or others in images. https://tink.uk/thoughts-on-skin-tone-and-text-descriptions.md-notes-on-synthetic-speech/
@t54r4n1 Reminds me of this good thing I read about self-description. https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2022/04/12/making-a-case-for-self-description-its-not-about-eye-candy/
@bright_helpings Interesting. I'm reflecting on how sighted people gender my appearance now and how that might or might not be reflected in a description of me that would be sort of an "equal access" short description. Oof.
@bright_helpings ha, haha, ha. a blind person would pick most of the same cues from the f0 of my voice, lol.
@t54r4n1 This may be one reason I have so much more voice dysphoria than I did before I worked with a bunch of blind people.
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