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04-Apr-2015 07:16

(And don't get me started on the deep voice argument.) Most importantly, what is completely illogical about the stigma of short men is how the physical size of a man has so little to do with who he is on the inside, and it’s precisely internal—aka personality—characteristics that matter in terms of how good a partner or husband a man can be. I always cringe when a person says something that rules out an entire category of people, especially when someone rejects another in a flippant, auto-pilot fashion. Perceptions of infidelity risk predict women’s preferences for low male voice pitch in short-term over long-term relationship contexts. For me a romantic relationship is useful: keeps me from being lonely, he can protect me from things like bears and creepos, sexual satisfaction, and we can depend on each other for emotional and financial support.In other words, if what women want ultimately for a long-term relationship is an honest, reliable, and committed man, short men should not be ruled out! "Yeah, sorry," you can imagine someone saying, "I've just never been attracted to short men." While so many women report this preference, I rarely hear any of them self-monitoring as they do so. Men's height as a reason to "feel safe" is the SAME REASON that you have the NEED to feel safe. society taught everyone that the tall man is better and thats that or maybe its also inside us that bigger is better thats why we have $$$$ $$$ is the great equalizer thats why society is going towards the 1%ers thats why we are not fair with money thats how shorter guys get the girl 5'9 with millions is much better than 6'0 and a tough life so many people wont have jobs in the years ahead cause we dont need most people they will be weeded out just like women weed out shorter guys women are super superficial.Having heard short male clients of mine complain about their jeopardized status in the dating pool, I can speak for at least some of them when I say that short men believe that women see them as less than or deficient, as if models pulled off an assembly line because they don’t measure up to the others.

Anecdotally, I have heard more than my fair share of female clients disclose how a sense of security and protection are key factors. My point is that I wouldn't be as attracted to someone who couldn't keep me safe.I would like to say - I am a male, 5ft 2" and have been single for five years, and the last handful of women I've spoken to, have all commented about 'not wanting to be in a relationship with a shorter man". Some women are less vague and explicitly write something like: "I'm not interested in men less than x ft. If you are, don't bother contacting me." My mentality is that if they're that superficial, then I don't want to have a relationship with them anyway.