Small men dating larger men
Maybe short men’s partners are enjoying sharing the housework, financial support, and willingness to flout stereotypes in favor of a strong relationship.
Forget tall, dark and handsome - a major dating site says the ideal man is short, dark and pudgy, but we're not convinced.
Ruthless ones rounded up all short men and went at them hammer and tongs, leaving them for the dead. Even if you are loving, caring and understanding, but happen to be short, just get lost! Despite their upward mobility, fake height courtesy of high heels, big jobs and all, women still feel feminine and prefer male dominance, especially in the bedroom.But, if a new survey about ideal height is any indication, bigger men trump shorter guys, too. is approximately 5 feet, 9 inches for guys, these ladies are overlooking a good chunk of the male population (including the famous hunks pictured above, who all measure 5'8" or less.) Which kind of makes me feel sorry for these chicks because, clearly, they don't know what they're missing by ruling out seemingly smaller dudes. While my fiancé could care less if my shoes make me taller than him—in fact, he prefers stilettoes over ballet flats—I pretty much stopped wearing heels on the reg once we started dating. Being close in height also allows me to steal a smooch pretty damn easily without having to stretch myself up or pull my guy to lean down. Sure, some women are self-conscious about "being bigger" than a dude, especially in the sack, but take it from me—when you're lying down between the sheets, a guy's stature means nothing. The other is my fiancé and not to be TMI but I am grateful that I locked that peen—and tongue—down. According to a new poll, commissioned, interestingly enough, by British big-and-tall brand High And Mighty, most women think that a guy between 6' and 6'6" is ideal where height's concerned. Of course, I'm a bit biased: I'm engaged to marry a man who's 5' 8" (and a half) and, since he's just shy of the average, is considered "short." But given that I'm only 5'4," I think my guy is more than tall enough for me. After going out with guys over six feet, and needing a boost just to be able to meet their eyes or put my head on their shoulders, I am grateful that I no longer have to subject myself to pumps to bridge a height gap. Just makes things a lot easier—and more spontaneous. A guy who can look at all those statistics and societal pressures and say "eff that" is less likely to be threatened by other ways that you buck gender stereotypes — for example, instead of feeling weird about you getting a raise or showing off your superior sports knowledge, he’ll celebrate the fact that he’s with someone who doesn’t make herself smaller to accommodate others.2. guys from 20 to 29 years of age are under 5-foot-10, the average male height, while only about 20 percent of guys exceed the 6-foot mark.You don’t have to make any calculations about the height of your heels. Yes, it makes sense to narrow your pool of potential suitors based on what you value — it’s very reasonable to look for someone with a basic understanding of grammar, for example — but too long a list of non-negotiables can blind you to people who could make you very happy. If you "only date" men at least 6 feet tall, you’re shooting yourself in the foot as far as selection. Dating shorter can help you get over your own insecurities about size.