Study finds faces of GOP congresswomen more feminine than Democrats’

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A group of politically unaware undergraduate students was also able to figure out the female House members’ political affiliation simply by looking at photographs. 

The news release touting the findings contends displays of femininity “can be problematic for female professionals because past research has demonstrated that people tend to view women as either competent or feminine — not both.”

The study’s findings will be released in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

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