Tall dating online
Let our stories and advice serve as a little inspiration.who’s just shy of six feet, had a male coworker spell out to her why she’s so often left on the sidelines.I'd rather date a short guy than someone who is short-sighted.here I was, sitting at the bar, enjoying some thank-God-it’s-the-end-of-the-week drinks with a friend, when we noticed a couple of hip and handsome guys sitting next to us.At the end of the day, I want to date a confident man.And If a guy is threatened by my height or it makes him feel insecure, then I say on to the next one.
that is, until we both stood up to pick a few songs from the jukebox.
Many times, the guys wouldn't balk initially when I told them my height, but the bias became pretty apparent once we met in real life.
So here's what I've done: I've learned to look at it as a blessing.
“We were at our holiday party, and a coworker who’s around my height asked if I’d like to dance.
I said yes and mentioned that not many men ask me to dance, and he said it’s because men must find my height imposing. ” Other times, men aren’t so straightforward and their preferences come across in the form of a subtler snub.
Over the years, I've dated men of all shapes and sizes—some taller, some shorter—without a second thought. Thanks to a Tinder binge, I've noticed height is an issue again—or maybe it never really went away.