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Single people sign up for a half-dozen dating sites and apps in order to widen their pool, yet most won't break the height taboo. Men should date women who are taller than they are, and women should date shorter men.
For chrissakes, I'm talking about of us getting laid here!
Only four percent of heterosexual couples feature a shorter man. Now, in order for you, a shorter man*, to circumvent this bullshit and convince wonderful taller women to date you, you have to understand why women feel this way.
I'd really appreciate if we could all stop asking "How tall are you?
Which brings us to your more general task: neutralizing her insecurity by conveying that bigger is . That you don't feel like less of a man when you're with her. Some of it boils down to you owning a more classic masculinity—going in for the kiss first, deciding the dinner location, simply being more assertive.
Your internalization of the patriarchy makes you question why you’re dating him. You feel insecure about it, and that makes you feel like a huge dick.
You don’t want this to affect your relationship, but somehow it just does. But having a short guy on top of you is always slightly awkward.
The first question most strangers ask me is "How tall are you? In one survey, about half of collegiate men required their date to be shorter, while a monstrous nine of every ten women said they would only date a taller man.
" If I'm feeling charitable, I answer honestly: "6-foot-2." They often follow-up with, "Do you ever date shorter men? And online, it's even more brutal: Women can calculate how tall they are in their highest heels, add a few inches for good measure, and then filter out men who fall below that sum.
Sometimes you just want to be thrown around in bed by a big, hot stud. You find yourself saying things like, “But he’s really sweet! He likes to brag about his career and how successful he is.