Dating a shorter person winter garden dating
Being willing to date a shorter gentleman widely opens up your dating pool. Date the guy who makes you laugh, who likes the same stuff you do, who will be there for you, whether or not you have to bend down a little to kiss him.
Putting height requirements on your list of potential romantic partners simply means fewer potential bachelors.7. Once you fall in love, you're not going to care.
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.
It’s a damaging double standard, and one that women need to address if they’re looking for love, otherwise they might find themselves staying single for a long time.
“I saw a lot of profiles that said ‘Don’t bother if you don’t know the difference between ‘to’ and ‘too’ - and definitely not if you’re shorter than me.” Apparently, height is one of the most commonly lied about attributes on dating sites, and I know plenty of women, myself included, who have complained when a date turned out to be six inches shorter than advertised.
“Women seem to be very keen on height and good grammar,” mused by boyfriend.
There was no opportunity to specify a preferred size, as you might do on or My Single Friend or John Lewis, when you’re ordering duvets.
I’d amassed a collection of subconscious prejudices connected with height. Would he be less confident, less at ease with himself and less successful than a man who stood up at six foot?
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.
After all, everyone is the same height when they’re on a bar stool, and I’d not met many other men, tall or short, in whom I found a mutual unfettered enthusiasm for The Simpsons, crunchy peanut butter and the Ludacris song Area Codes.