Guilting yourself into pursuing someone who you know, empirically, doesn’t do anything for you is a waste of time for everyone involved. Yes, maybe every once in a while I should take a bite of goat cheese and see if I like it — in case it is, as they say, an acquired taste. That is a waste of excellent goat cheese someone else would’ve loved to have eaten, not to mention that I will probably vomit all over you.But after years of this, I’m pretty sure I’ll always feel the same way about goat cheese. Personal preferences exist, and to deny that is willful ignorance.
Before I continue, I want to mention that I, a short man, have written a book specifically for short guys that WILL get you dates (if you follow the directions): Order The Short Man’s Dating Handbook Now To Find Love. But, getting dates isn’t impossible for short guys. Short guys have to work harder and be extra attractive compared to their taller friends. Tall guys have a built in advantage just for existing. In addition, I’ve successfully taught these skills to my coaching clients, many of whom are short. They’ll work for you too if you give them a chance.
Many short guys date beautiful women and get into long lasting and fulfilling relationships. This is because being tall is an indicator of attraction in and of itself. Short guys often lack confidence or have trouble conveying it. Sure, you may have good reason to be insecure and angry if you’ve been teased or rejected based on your height.
Period." To be clear, this phenomenon doesn't apply to all, or even most women.
There are plenty of them placing far more weight on personal chemistry.
Women act like they are playing is that even if you create (or in our case, search on Tinder for) your perfect match, you won’t be satisfied. And I have to believe that if the man stood up and was merely eye to eye with the woman, it wouldn't matter -- even if she generally preferred taller guys.
And if a woman didn't look exactly like she did online you would fall in love with her for being her, not her filtered self. And that includes the important consideration of, you know, growing old together.
certain body parts -- and casually listing it as a non-negotiable dating requirement would strike the average person as at least kind of shallow and crass, if not offensively discriminatory.
"It's not the specific height requirement that bothers me," says Chris, 35, who happens to be 6'3".
"It’s mind-boggling," says Gerard, 31, who is 5'10".