Dating bigger girls
I decided not to hold that against all short men however, because I am as benevolent and admirable as I am leggy, and also, I decided that in a world where finding someone who checks off all of your boxes is hard enough, why discount someone for something they can’t control?
Since then I’ve flirted, kissed and dated a whole variety of men and women of different heights.
I hear women talk about being attracted to taller men a lot.
So I probably flirt with or pursue more women in my ‘league’ a lot more intentionally.
Thanks to the patriarchy, faux-evolutionary arguments and racial bias, when it comes to romantic preferences, it’s irresponsible to simply throw our hands up in the air and say, “Well, it is what it is,” or, “I can’t help what I like.” There are serious implications below the surface.
As Ann Friedman wrote in : “Women have internalized the message that it’s better for us to be smaller.
My friend Matt, 5’7”, said, “I tend to date within my height range or shorter pretty organically.
If you’re tuned into the world of celebrity romances, you have probably heard the news that Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are engaged after a short courtship.
Celebrities getting hastily engaged is neither new nor particularly exciting, but this pairing offered some fun new twists: an age difference, a tangential relationship to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, and the perceived height difference between the two.
I’ve listened to a few of my friends mourn the marriage for removing these two from the dating pool, but I’ve also seen more than a few discussions pop up around a woman marrying a shorter man.
I am just shy of six feet tall, but my hair often makes me appear 6’1.” Until my mid-twenties, I had a hard-and-fast “no one under six feet” rule.
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But the Jonas-Chopra height debate reenergized me, so I decided to email a few of my friends on both ends of the height spectrum to see how being tall (or not) has affected their love lives (or not).