Meredith Lepore

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Researchers have found that young women’s voices have deepened significantly over the years. We look at what this has to do with power and gender.

Women's voices are deeper today

Researchers have found that young women’s voices have deepened significantly over the years. We look at what this has to do with power and gender.

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