Free eavesdrop live sex chat lines - Do men mind dating taller women

The number of ladies on dating sites listing a minimum height requirement for potential matches is stunning.At the outset, I can understand: women are typically shorter than men; and if a man falls way below that variance it’s fairly easy to deduce he may be seen as less attractive to the general population.

Here's a common one: "I like to wear heels, so if you're under (insert desired height) swipe left." And it's not even just requests for guys who are slightly taller -- in some cases it's pushed to the statistical edges of male height.

Demanding that any suitors be taller than 6'3" is a rather limiting request considering the average male height in the US tops out around 5'10".

You know, something like this: "I will only date men 5’11" and over," says Annabelle, a 35-year-old woman standing at an above-average height of 5'11".

"Height is important to me and I don't want to be taller than the man I'm with.

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.

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.

This is likely the exact reason that a guy doing something similar so flagrantly right there in his profile would feel tasteless and worthy of scorn.

And yet, isn't this brazen height-ism just another variation on the kind of "no fat chicks" misogyny that would seem both offensive and outdated if a guy were to just casually drop it into a Tinder profile?

No one here is claiming that guys aren't guilty of being shallow, too.

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