Heightism and dating

30-Dec-2019 15:52

Don’t come to me with data from a social experiment of 50 people and expect me to take that as indicative of the entire human race either! Right now you aren’t just failing my course…you’re epic failing it! So as a 5’1″ (give or take an inch) guy, I figure I’m probably the right guy to weigh in on the subject. This syndrome doesn’t refer to “Little People” who are a category unto themselves, and have their own very distinct ideologies and branches of thinking.

Your argument must be well laid out, and have a thesis statement. And for god’s sake, make sure that you’re spelling everything correctly! What we’re talking about are men who are on the lower end of an arbitrary measure for what we deem as an equally subjective “average” height.

Fun fact #1: I once dated a girl who was taller than me. Fun fact #2: I got rejected by girls who were taller than me because they couldn’t accept the fact that I was shorter than her. He and I went out about three times and all the while, I kept thinking ‘I can see over his head. That’s easy when you are not intimate with any of them.

It’s a long story, we dated for a couple of months and things simply didn’t work out. She’s out there, and she will be willing to accept the fact that you’re shorter. But more importantly, if he’s okay with looking up to me and he’s a confident person I have been willing to get to know him better. The reason why I only date short guys is because they are a little more grounded (no pun intended) but I feel like most want to make up for their height in some way so they push themselves work wise and not so much on being a man whore. When I did date a taller guy 6’4″ it just feels like your another girl…

About a month after we began to date, I took a trip to Jerusalem and met a fascinating couple there.

She was very tall and he was very short and they have been married for 15 years, had several children and he clearly doted on her.

I always say that a man can fool you for 4 to 6 months, and then his true personality will always begin to show so go slow. Maybe I’ll start a series of dating short men blog post featuring these women.

I would be a fun interview with pictures, their first date, etc.

Dating them had nothing to do with their height, simply their personality and our compatibility. I’ve dated men who are shorter than me, but not too much shorter.

You are saying that short men who are actually held to an equally unrealistic standard of male attractiveness by women, are a problem. Without a solid foundation on what your actual point is, and then proving it through actions and data, all you have is a trolling rant. One of my favorite satirists of all time has got to be Mark Twain.