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Why are women with deep voices very assertive and confident?


Could it be something in the genes relating to their voice or do they naturally feel confident because they have that deep tone.

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    Thanks. Very interesting comment. I think I should have included authoritative voice in my question. A deep voice can come across in that way too. I really enjoyed your explanation. Aaawh... your dogs are lovely and take well to instructions. :-)

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    Byonder5 8 months ago

    Yes true. It is these women who are literally "more men'.

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    I'm not saying all ladies with a soft voice lack confidence, Thelma. Ofcourse not all women with soft voices do. Thanks for commenting.

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    Thanks Lisa. That was interesting and thought provoking to read.

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Brian (ibbarkingmad) says

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    True - I was just reading Mickey's answer. Kids tend to obey a deeper voice too. Thanks

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    Hi Paula, every woman I have met with a deep voice comes across that way to me. Older women, even younger women in their 20s - lovely, friendly but I have observed - very confident and you don't want to get on the wrong side of them either.:-)

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    Elena (Lady_E) 4 years ago

    Cheers Maria :-)

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    Brian (ibbarkingmad) 4 years ago

    The depth of ones voice does have an affect. Empirical evidence has been found to prove this. That does not mean that there are no exceptions to the rule. Abraham Lincoln was a perfect example of that exception.

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