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Let’s look at what it’s like to be a short guy in the dating game, and some strategies we can use to alleviate whatever shortcomings might be associated with being a short seducer. He's lived in California, Las Vegas, and East Asia, and enjoys dating women of all types.
I measured myself the other day, and I found that technically I stand at 5 foot 5 ½ inches. Chase has mention in some articles on this site that I am near 5’3” to 5’5” – I am hurt, butthurt that is, by the inaccuracy... I was supposed to write this article in 2014 – I’m kind of late! He meets girls both on the street during the day and in nightclubs.
Or have we bought the idea that we need to be smaller in order to be loved?
Whether it’s weight or height, one thing is for certain: Women generally don’t like feeling big. Only weeks after that guy asked if I would hypothetically be interested in a man shorter than me, I unexpectedly met the man who would become my husband at an Iron and Wine concert in Chicago. And while he makes me feel feminine, one thing’s for certain: He never makes me feel like I need to be smaller.
Meanwhile, another factor on whether your man will cheat is intelligence, with Ashley Madison revealing that three percent of its members have a Ph. compared to just 0.7 percent of the global population.
One theory is that men with higher IQs generally have more resources to keep their liasions a secret.
But as Julia Hogan eloquently points out, sometimes we really don’t know who’s good for us until we meet him.
When I dreamed of my future romances, all I thought about was how he’d make me feel.
I imagined looking up at him, feeling his large muscular build protect me from the world.
In one swift swoop—like a scene out of —he’d lift me up with one hand, and I’d laugh. While describing this vision might sound absolutely ridiculous (please, someone, laugh at me), I know I was certainly not alone in this opinion.
Hang out in any girl’s college dorm room for long enough, and you know: Height matters in dating.
I met Jason a year before Tinder existed, but upon reading Isaac Huss’ article about how dating apps leave us restless for the perfect option, I cringe to think that if I had seen him on Tinder, I probably would have swiped left after seeing his height.