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For others, though, their voices can make them targets. And some of it is over-exaggeration.
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They're textbook definitions of "aristocratic, fey pansies," Thorpe says, referring to the way Scar voiced by actor Jeremy Irons draws out the vowels in the word "awful. Even straight people. Men in our society are expected to be loud, gruff, territorial and combative.