Models dating short men
” or “He’s really funny, trust me.” Or even, “I don’t care about trivial things like height.” You should not have to make justifications about your choice of mate. So you call him your "little munchkin" and ask if he can reach the top shelf without a stool. He wants to be a “man.”He has a classic Napoleon complex.For some reason, people think that you must be desperate for a boyfriend -- just because he's short. You just look so cute standing on that little ledge. ”You just can’t help wondering, “Is that suit jacket from the boys' section at Barney’s, or what? The issue is that he is already self-conscious about his petite stature. He talks loudly, makes crazy jokes and always wants to be the life of the party. Luckily, he has an amazing personality, because he spent so long making up for his height.You try to ignore it, but it’s just always an issue. You have a whole new insecurity that you never could have predicted: He makes you feel like a f*cking giant. Then this wouldn’t be an issue, and you could go on your merry way without constantly stressing yourself out.
When one guy changed his height on his Ok Cupid profile from his actual 5'4" to an average 5'9", his response rate nearly doubled.
When I say "short," I’m talking like 5’7" and under. He may have a beautiful face, killer abs and a stellar personality, but all you or anyone else can seem to focus on is that your boo is a tiny little munchkin.
I’m not wearing heels so I can be a solid 5 inches taller than you (and that’s in kitten heels)." When you do wear heels, he immediately realizes the error of his ways.
It truly blows that something so seemingly silly could be such a cause of discontent. Also, he’s small, so he isn’t exactly the cookie-cutter vision of masculinity.
Sometimes you just want to be thrown around in bed by a big, hot stud. You find yourself saying things like, “But he’s really sweet! He likes to brag about his career and how successful he is.
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The first question most strangers ask me is "How tall are you? In one survey, about half of collegiate men required their date to be shorter, while a monstrous nine of every ten women said they would only date a taller man.