1. I don’t care if I’m taller than you. Being a tall girl is the shit. If I have heels on and you find yourself feeling short, remember that you should feel like a badass for being with a tall girl.
2. I love wearing heels so don’t get weird when I do.
3. In fact, I get off on being taller than you, even though it might not happen very often. If you feel emasculated and let it show, I’m moving right along to a man who doesn’t feel threatened by me.
4. In fact, I’m going to actively try to be taller than you. Especially if you’re tall. Because I grew up being the tallest girl in the room and I used to feel awkward about it but now that I’m a grown-ass woman, I embrace it and you should too.
5. Yes, I have dated guys shorter than me. No, I don’t make it a habit. And if you’re way shorter than me, sorry, but I also have a limit on how short I’ll go.
6. It’s incredibly easy to find me in a crowd. So if we’re at da club and one of us visits the bar, we’ll make our way back to each other in no time.
7. People stare at me more. We Talls like to think this is because we’re hot, but it’s often because we’re just really tall and gangly and inherently kind of awkward.
8. My skirt’s not short. I just have really long legs. What falls just above the knee on another girl is going to look downright tiny on me but just accept this before we have dinner with your parents because there’s nothing I can do about it and I love my skirts.
9. Don’t tell me I look taller than I am. If I tell you I’m 5-foot-9, don’t then furrow your brow and tell me I “look taller than that” because you just sound like you think I look like a freak.
10. I don’t need you or your friends or anyone else to say, “I’m taller than you,” when they’re not. They can’t bear the thought of anyone being taller than them because they’re insecure. I don’t comment on how they wear basketball jerseys to nice places, so.
11. I don’t need your help as much as you think I do. Putting bags in the overhead bins on planes, reaching for stuff, etc. What can I say other than: I woke up like this.
12. It’s going to be more awkward than not for you to pick me up in an attempted sweeping, movie-like romantic gesture. I’m tall — that makes me heavier than most petite girls. Plus, my legs are long and don’t just lift easily and wrap around your waist like ribbons floating in the breeze.
13. I fit perfectly as your little spoon or big spoon. I go anywhere with no awkward genital/other body part alignment.
14. People will despise us at concerts. If you thought you were annoying solo at concerts, just wait until we go together.
15. We will fight over aisle seats on airplanes. “My ankles need to breathe.” “No, MY ANKLES NEED TO BREATHE.”
16. Holding hands is never uncomfortable. Because we’re close enough in height that we don’t have to walk 10 feet apart for it to feel remotely natural.
17. We can kiss more because you’re at my level. When we dance cheek to cheek, we’re probably actually, well, cheek to cheek.
18. I’ll knock my head on low-hanging things before you do. Because when you let me go first, ladies being first and all, I’ll test-drive the clearance level for you.
19. No one will take road trips with us if it involves them sitting in the back of our car. Because our seats will be so far back their knees will be at their chins. Unless, quite unlike us, they’re . short.
Whether you admit it or not, everyone has their own dating preferences. For instance, some people prefer to date non-smokers to go along with their own smoke-free lifestyle. Some want a dog-loving partner so that one day, they can adopt a little pup together. And some have preferences for height. I looked around on the internet (AKA Reddit) to see do men care about height? I understand that some straight women prefer to date a guy who’s taller than them. But how do men feel about height when it comes to dating, sex, and relationships?
As I expected going into my deep-dive search, the answers were pretty varied: Height doesn’t always play a factor, though, of course, it does sometimes. There’s an unfortunate stigma out there that straight women “should” date men who are bigger and taller than they are. And that stigma can be surprisingly tough to shake off.
Maybe you’ve worn flats on a date when you really wanted to wear your new heeled boots. Or maybe you’ve shied away from flirting with a great guy because you’re worried that he’ll care that you’re taller than he is. Here are some thoughts directly from men who have dated women taller than them вЂ” they’re pretty comforting, no matter your height.
“My wife is 5’6″ and I’m 5’4,”” A Reddit user said. “It’s not all that much different than dating someone slightly shorter than you. She’s never made me feel like I’m less of a man. I have no problem with her wearing heels (I actually encourage it, she looks fantastic in heels). The only ‘hassle’ is standing sex. I have to be on my tip toes.”
“I’ve dated a couple girls that were taller than me,” another person on Reddit said. “Once in high school with a girl two inches taller; we only dated for about a month because she felt really self-conscious about it, particularly because she was getting constantly teased by other people in our grade about the height difference. And I had a casual thing going last year with a taller girl; it honestly wasn’t that different than dating someone shorter.”
He’s 5’5″ and she was 6’2″.
“Honestly, some things are a bit harder in bed, but also makes some things easier,” he explained on Reddit. “We would often get stares because not only was she taller, [but it also] was an interracial relationship [. ]. Whenever we went out for dinner, sheвЂ™d dress up and put 3 inch heels making her 1 foot taller than me which apparently bothered everyone but us.”
According to the poster, people would make comments to the couple out in public, suggesting the woman he was dating find a “real man.”
“We liked one another and made things work,” he said. “All in all, it was just other people thinking it was weird and uncomfortable and we didnвЂ™t pay any mind to them because we were happy and comfortable with ourselves and in the relationship.”
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Absolutely! 100%. I find tall women to be just as attractive as any other women, if not more so. The problem is, tall women (5’10″/177 cm, and up) don’t want a dinky little manlet like me. Women in general don’t want men less than six feet tall, in fact. It REALLY sucks, but I guess it is fair for women to not want to be with men they couldn’t find attractive or masculine, even if it seems silly from a (short) man’s perspective.
Ideally, I’d do just about anything to be a good “fully grown” male height, like anything between 6’2″ (188) to 6’5″ (195). And regardless of my own incomplete stature, I still wouldn’t mind dating a girl over 5’9″. She needn’t be taller than me, but I wouldn’t mind at all if she were. Although I’d prefer a thick, curvy girl more than just a tall skinny girl. I like curves a lot, so a girl who was just a ‘beanpole,’ tall and thin, wouldn’t be as attractive.
But yeah, the love of my life was 6’3.5″ (191 cm). Since I can’t fix or correct my stunted growth, it’s mostly closed the door on finding the type woman I’d want to date (there are technically other women out there willing to be with someone who looks like me, but I don’t want to be with gold diggers, drug addicts, or abusive women, so I won’t list them as viable options). There’s been a few girls I have fallen for, and thought “Damn, I would LOVE to be with you!” But they’ve only been online encounters, and we’d live way too far away; not even within realistic driving distance, for us to ever meet up in real life. It’s annoying how every compatible girl I come across lives over 500 miles away!
But yeah, I’d date a tall girl. And just about every girl I’ve dated was around my height or taller. But that isn’t at all hard to find out there when you’re only a 180-181 shrimp. :/
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Despite every dating taboo we’ve smashed, one remains irritatingly persistent – the romantic equivalent of the mosquito that insists on buzzing by your ear in the middle of the night, its whining bloodlust obliterating any hope of beauty rest.
We’re talking about dating while short. After a lifetime of being picked last for basketball and subjected to Napoleon jokes, you may have resigned yourself to singlehood.
But why let the vertically blessed have all the fun?
Good things do come in small packages – in fact, science says short men make better partners – so it’s time to get over your fear of height(s). Get a leg up on the competition with these tips for dating a taller woman.
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Hockey Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky said it best: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Don’t take it for granted that tall women are only interested in men who are taller than they are. Not only is it a tired stereotype, it’s an excuse for your own cowardice and insecurities. Your height difference is irrelevant if you have chemistry in other ways. She might even get off on being taller than you.
UPDATE: There is now some scientific evidence that even concludes that short men make better partners. So by all means, gentlemen, go forth and ignore society’s small-minded trivialities.
The first question most strangers ask me is “How tall are you?” If I’m feeling charitable, I answer honestly: “6-foot-2.” They often follow-up with, “Do you ever date shorter men?” Consider this my full answer.
First off: Yes, I have. Which makes me weird. The average woman is eight percent shorter than her male partner. 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. 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. Of course the ability to search for people who meet our criteria is part of the appeal of online dating. But while women say they have a “type”—they love bearded gingers or get off on guys in glasses—they don’t filter out every man who doesn’t meet those specific physical criteria. Height is different. It’s a sweeping prejudice masquerading as sexual preference. When one guy changed his height on his OkCupid profile from his actual 5’4″ to an average 5’9″, his response rate nearly doubled.
This is bullshit. 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. It needs to change. Men should date women who are taller than they are, and women should date shorter men. For chrissakes, I’m talking about all of us getting laid here! Only four percent of heterosexual couples feature a shorter man. Let’s increase our odds.
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. Let me explain.
* To be clear: You can be tall and still be shorter. I’m taller than 95 percent of American men.
Right now, many men incorrectly believe that women want a taller man for evolutionary reasons—to protect us and our offspring. But if you ask women, it’s about feeling feminine. In Data: A Love Story, Amy Webb’s memoir about online dating, she confesses she felt she needed a man who was at least five-ten. (Webb is five-six, making that requirement just one inch shy of the eight-percent average.) “I wanted someone to overpower me, who could wrap his entire body around me in a hug, but who could also throw me down on a bed and ravish me,” she writes. “Someone who’s smaller may be wonderful, but in my case he will never make me feel like he’s in control.” (To those of you who just thought Fuck that, I agree. I’ll get there in a minute.)
Women have internalized the message that it’s better for us to be smaller. This is essential to know—it’s not just about shortness, but also skinniness. To be bigger than men is to worry that you’ll turn them off. Webb found that it isn’t just men lying about their height online, women do, too—to appear shorter. (With good cause: Women over six feet receive forty percent fewer messages on OkCupid than their 5’4″ counterparts.) Ask any super-tall woman about her dateless teenage years and the number of times a well-meaning adult said to her, “The boys are just intimidated by you.” Taller is mannish. Taller is… weird.
So how do we get over our collective height hangup? Tall women provide a natural test case. After all, it’s nearly impossible for we amazons to find a partner who meets the classic 8-percent height differential, so we’ve had to get comfortable dating smaller men. If I hadn’t, I would still be a virgin. So let’s first take a basic lesson from the world of super-tall women: Do not approach a leggy lady and fucking open with “How tall are you?” Or some dumb joke about the weather up there. She will dismiss you. I’ve taken to giving my whiskey a single swirl, looking down my nose and saying slowly, “You are boring me. Go away.”
A novel idea: Think of height like tits. You would never walk up to a woman and open with, “What’s your bra size?” Even if her height is part of her appeal, wait until fifth-date post-coital bliss to say how much you love it.
Which brings us to your more general task: neutralizing her insecurity by conveying that bigger is sexy. That you love her in heels. That you don’t feel like less of a man when you’re with her. This is complicated stuff. 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. But keep in mind that, because you’re asking her to question gut-level beliefs about what she finds attractive, you need to be willing to broaden your own definition of what you find attractive—and convey to her that it does not contain the phrase “smaller than me.”
Of course, women also have to be willing to check their own biases about short men. I consider short guys my natural allies and am constantly making the case to my female friends that they should stop fetishizing tall men. (When one friend narrowed her OkCupid search to men taller than six feet and then complained about a boring date with some guy built like an NBA player, I laughed in her face.) Here’s how I figure it: If a man is comfortable with the fact that I’m taller, he’s also likely to be comfortable with the fact that I’m competitive and outgoing and career-oriented. As in: It means he’s a secure man.
Everyone, it is time to expect more. To go on even just one date with someone who falls outside of our eight-percent range, and to ask ourselves whether there’s actually less chemistry there. To think of a world with all these new, gorgeous options. If you won’t do it for yourself, try it for my sake. I’d really appreciate if we could all stop asking “How tall are you?” We’re above it.
“It never occurred to me to even think about it.”
It’s something that’s played on tall women and short mens’ minds since the dawn of time: would you date someone who was significantly taller/shorter than you? For some reason (patriarchy, sexism, and what society considers to be ‘feminine’) there’s this whole thing when it’s a woman or femme-presenting person in a relationship who is the taller one.
Cis, straight men, it seems, are typically so easily emasculated by women that they must tower above them at all times. But is this still true today? Now we are little more aware of how utterly ridiculous this is?
Here are seven guys talking about how they *really* feel about dating taller women.
1.”When she was in heels she was taller. She was extremely self-conscious about it and felt like she couldn’t wear heels because of it. Granted, I didn’t really mind it because I don’t really like heels to begin with, but I realised it was something she felt like she had to sacrifice. I felt bad about it because of that.” [via]
2.”I’m 165cm so most of the woman I’ve been with have been various degrees taller than me. NBD. I never thought much about it.” [via]
3.”Well, I’ve been seeing a girl I really like. I commented on our first date ‘You’re taller than me.’ Her: ‘Well I’m wearing heels.’ They were small hells. In reality I’m probably 5’7″ and she is 5’8″. But I don’t give a shit. She is awesome and as long as she is cool, I am cool. There is something to being a shorter guy walking in with a tall girl all confident.” [via]
4.”She was only a couple of inches taller. I liked her too much to really care.” [via]
5.”I am 5’10” with thick socks. I dated a women who was 6 feet, and it wasn’t an issue at all. We did once get caught in a picture where were were kissing with me standing on stair and her in ridiculous high heels. But the height difference had nothing to do with us no longer dating.” [via]
“It wasn’t an issue at all”
6.”When I hadn’t finished my late teens growth spurt the girl I was dating was 5’10”. I was about 5’8″ at the time. I didn’t mind it, and in fact now that I think about it I don’t think it ever occurred to me to think about until now.” [via]
7.”I’m 170cm and she was 185cm. Like, her chin could rest on the top of my head. Hugs were always a face full of boob. That was nice. Unfortunately she was kind of immature (not about the height thing), so it didn’t last long. I’d date a tall girl again.” [via]
Being a woman is hard. Being a woman who, in any significant way, deviates from the norm of what is considered “beautiful” or “feminine” is harder. And one of the more common deviations from the ideal of femininity is being very tall, particularly when you’re not model-thin. We’ve all seen very tall girls hunched over, pulling awkwardly at their clothes, or generally looking hyper-aware of the fact that they’re taller than most of the guys around them вЂ“ and hyper-aware that most of the guys probably aren’t comfortable with it.
To learn more about what beauty means to tall girls, I spoke with my friend Cara* вЂ“ who, at just around 6’1″, fluctuates between a 10 and 12 US dress size вЂ“ about the realities of living in her body. I asked her six big questions about beauty and femininity, and got some brutal truths in response.
1. What is dating like as a tall girl? Do you feel that it hinders you, or that you are perceived in a certain way?
“I definitely feel like I have to go out of my way to be passive, like I’m not automatically perceived as feminine in the same way I would be if I were even a few inches shorter. I make an effort to seem more feminine and less intimidating, and have even caught myself having a more high-pitched voice on first dates (and I ALWAYS wear flats on a first date, even if the guy is tall).
I’m on a dating site and I get A LOT of messages about my height in kind of weird, fetishy ways. And sometimes they can be flattering like “I love a tall girl,” but a lot of times they’re just totally weird. And the guys who are shorter than me often just avoid me entirely, because they don’t want the socially shameful aspect of it. Honestly, I have dated guys a few inches shorter than me and didn’t mind, but they definitely seemed to judge me based on it and be less comfortable than I was. So if I want a guy who doesn’t really think of my height in any way, I have to date a guy who is 6’3 or above, which limits my pool a lot.”
2. How do you feel that your weight/body size is judged, in combination with your height?
“To be blunt, we [as a society] only like tall girls when they are very thin. Then they become waify model types, which is perceived as the highest level of female beauty. I’ve had periods of my life where I basically starved myself to get down to a size 4-6, which on my height is really thin, and it was like I was a celebrity. People stared at me in the street in a good way, and I was treated differently. But I was also hungry all the time and depressed, so I started to eat normally again and now I’m “average” size. And when you’re an average sized tall girl, you feel like an awkward giant, and people look at you totally differently (in a not-good way).”
3. Do you “compensate for” or “counteract” your height, the way a girl with a zit might put makeup on it, or a girl with a bigger stomach might wear a belt on her waist?
“I slouch a lot. Like, I have terrible posture and back problems from it, and honestly it only probably makes me look worse. But there are times when you just want to look less intimidating/”manly,” and that feels like the most efficient way to do it. I dated a guy for a year who was an inch shorter than me and really insecure about it, and I basically spent that entire relationship slightly hunched over. It was awful. Other than that, I wear flats almost religiously and wear clothes that break up my body visually. When I was dating a guy who was 6’6, I would wear these long, plain black maxi dresses and look like a giant statue. But that is visually very intimidating, so I don’t do that usually.”
4. Do you like being tall? If cultural beauty norms and dating and all of that stuff were never an issue, do you enjoy your tallness?
“Well, obviously it’s all I’ve ever known, because I’ve been the tallest in class since the third grade, and almost always as tall as the boys. So I don’t really have anything to compare it to. But in terms of practicality, it’s great for reaching stuff and seeing over people and, like, when I traveled in Japan this past year, it was like I had some kind of superpower. But it also sucks for airplanes and cars and stuff, so it’s a give and take. I think I like it better than I would like being really short, though.”
5. What does beautiful mean to you? Do you feel that you are beautiful, the way it has been defined for us?
“I think beautiful is partially how you carry yourself, but I am just like everyone else: I see girls that I wish I looked like and I think, “Oh wow, she’s beautiful,” and I’m jealous of her. Like, I see a girl sometimes who is 5’5″ or so вЂ“ a normal height вЂ“ and she’s just with some guy who is shorter than me but still much taller than her and I think that they look. right? They look right together. Because to me, she is beautiful because she fits into something, and she looks happy and natural. She looks really confident in her surroundings, and doesn’t have to worry about slouching or what clothes she wears all the time. But at the same time, I’m sure that there are things she would change about herself, and she has other women she looks at as being beautiful.
I don’t really think about whether I’m beautiful or not. I have nice skin and features and teeth I think, but overall, when you’re really tall and not very thin there’s an aspect of wanting to blend in. I don’t go out of my way to stand out or wear things that attract attention, or a lot of makeup. Like, I want to be feminine and not come off as manly or intimidating, but I never go out of my way to feel “really girly,” because I feel like that makes me look ridiculous and attracts too much attention. So I go for “pretty.””
6. What would you change about our beauty standards for women, if you could?
“I would make models and actresses more diverse. Our whole lives and self-esteem are defined by photoshopped images of one type of woman, and we end up feeling like shit for not looking like movie stars, when they are .0001 percent of the population. I wish we could have women of all shapes and sizes and colors represented so that we could start to see that as normal, and not have to feel like there’s something wrong with us if we don’t fit this one small paradigm. Like, one of the first women I saw who kind of looked like my body on TV was freaking Brienne of Tarth. How crazy is that?? Only in a fantasy show with a woman whose whole character is based on being tall and strong like a man can I see a woman who honestly kind of looks like my shape and size.
Honestly, I have it better than a lot of people, so I don’t want to complain too much. But it just gets so frustrating when you receive all these messages on dating sites about how you’re an Amazon, or people joke with you that your boyfriend “likes to climb trees.” My body type is seen as something strange and weird and fetishized, because we almost never see women like me represented, even though we’re all around. It would be nice to feel like I didn’t have to be some fighter with a sword, and I could just be a normal woman sometimes.”
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