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Webb found that it isn't just men lying about their height online, women do, too—to appear shorter. I've taken to giving my whiskey a single swirl, looking down my nose and saying slowly, "You are boring me. You would never walk up to a woman and open with, "What's your bra size?
(With good cause: Women over six feet receive forty percent fewer messages on Ok Cupid 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 So how do we get over our collective height hangup? After all, it's nearly impossible for we amazons to find a partner who meets the classic 8-percent height differential, so we've to get comfortable dating smaller men. 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? " Even if her height is part of her appeal, wait until fifth-date post-coital bliss to say how much you love it.
As Lady Gaga would screech, “Baby, I was born this waaaaay.” I know I was. I’d stare at the shortest guys out on the playground, catching kickballs and sliding into homebases, hoping the taller guys would get the hell out of the way so I could ogle at the shrimps with my view unobstructed.
After a particularly bad breakup with my 6’1″ boyfriend a few years ago, I had to re-learn how to be single again.
What surprised me was that I was only interested in hooking up with shorter guys.
Maybe some part of my reptilian brain found a genetic advantage to guys with a lower center of gravity? But, as I thought about it more, I realized that the real reason I’ve heard women say that they like dating taller guys because it makes them feel smaller or petite or protected.
I hate feeling smaller or petite and I don’t need to feel protected. I love my height, so why would I want to hide that? I’ve finally accepted this little preference of mine.