Are Men With Deeper Voices More Likely to Cheat?

Research also shows men with deep voices are seen as better leaders.

Research also shows men with deep voices are seen as better leaders.

(Time) Deep-Voiced Men Make Bad Mates: Study

By  @youselessOct. 17, 2013

Men with deeper voices have an advantage in attracting women, but mostly if they’re looking for a fling, new research suggests.

Researchers at at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada have previously reported on the link between the depth of a guy’s voice and his attractiveness to women. They also figured that guys with lower voices, and hence probably more testosterone, were more likely to cheat (they were right). What they couldn’t work out was why women preferred the men who were probably going to be cads. So they went back to the audiotape.

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