Women dating shorter man
You know, something like this: "I will only date men 5’11" and over," says Annabelle, a 35-year-old woman standing at an above-average height of 5'11".
"Height is important to me and I don't want to be taller than the man I'm with.
Here's a common one: "I like to wear heels, so if you're under (insert desired height) swipe left." And it's not even just requests for guys who are slightly taller -- in some cases it's pushed to the statistical edges of male height.
Demanding that any suitors be taller than 6'3" is a rather limiting request considering the average male height in the US tops out around 5'10".
Women, of course, are supposed to want their hips, butt, and thighs to look smaller.
Also, according to many media, women are supposed to be a size 6 (or below) and are supposed to weigh 120 pounds (or less), and these messages are never delivered with the caveat that a taller woman must necessarily be bigger.
It's novel and refreshing to be approximately the same mass as your partner.
This is likely the exact reason that a guy doing something similar so flagrantly right there in his profile would feel tasteless and worthy of scorn.
And yet, isn't this brazen height-ism just another variation on the kind of "no fat chicks" misogyny that would seem both offensive and outdated if a guy were to just casually drop it into a Tinder profile?
"To be honest, the most important thing to me in a man is confidence and humor," says Lisa, a 31-year-old woman married to a slightly shorter man.
"Seriously, if he can make me laugh and is confident, he's in. Take any other physical characteristic -- weight, hair color, size of...
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If a woman is uncomfortable with her size (and one need only look at the revenues of the diet industry and the prevalence of plastic surgery to know the extent of American body dissatisfaction), she will generally not date short men.