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Women are perceived as too talkative because how much they talk is measured not against how much men talk, but against an ideal of female silence.
— Gender Stereotypes: Reproduction and Challenge, by Mary Talbot, from The Handbook of Language and Gender, Part IV: Stereotypes and Norms. (via askmeaboutfailure)

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