Dating a shorter man
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“Women seem to be very keen on height and good grammar,” mused by boyfriend.
And after many more meetings, when we both felt confident enough about our future to discuss our respective pasts, we compared notes on dating.
I’m no giant, at 5”7, but I’ve been that height since I was 12, and when the other girls around me seemed delicate and petite, I always felt a bit ungainly.
It took me a long time to feel feminine on my own terms, but being on the arm of a tall man did the trick. It took me less than half a martini to change my mind.
But who can blame guys for trying it on when we’re so fussy that if they told the truth, they might not get any matches or messages at all?
Very occasionally, in my online dating days, I’d encounter men who would be ultra specific about a preferred hair colour, body shape or breast type, and be outraged.
I find myself trying to drop it into conversation when people haven’t met him yet.
Sometimes I try to mention celebrity couples as examples, to give people an idea, but that only seems to make things worse.
Surely you’ve got to be horribly shallow and creepy if you’re basing your requirements for long term happiness on cup size?
But it seems far more common, and far more acceptable for women to rule out romantic suitors because they don’t measure up in feet and inches.
If single women make one dating resolution for 2014, I think they should give a shorter guy a chance.
You might end up looking down a lot, but your odds of finding The One can only go up.
Dear Prudence, My boyfriend and I fell in love at first sight.