It's true that some women are sexually attracted and open to dating a short man, but a quick poll of your friends—or any group of adults, for that matter—will quickly confirm just how stigmatized short men are in our culture.For reasons that betray logic, short men get the you-know-which end of the stick and are ostracized when it comes to partner selection. —is also at work in the dynamic of sexual attraction among gay men, I'll focus on women here due to sheer numbers. Not quite, though it does seem that most women feel that short men aren't relationship material.One client, in particular, told me that she feels “more secure” when she is out and about with a tall man, while she clarifies that she'd feel more nervous if she were with a man who could not protect her physically in case she were somehow threatened. So many of the possible explanations of why women don’t seek out short men sexually or romantically don’t make logical sense. I would most likely not be attracted to a man who's shorter than me and not very strong.
This finding supports all those tabloid-esque articles in women’s magazines which suggest that women love the bad boys, and that may be part of the problem: Women just don’t believe short men can be bad boys. He's muscular, strong, was a wrestler in high school, and he's very manly, mature, and stable.
I simply cannot think about more intelligent, sacracastic, sardonic and super witty reply to Kristina's comment. Really clever comment, you know, she she will never get, but most of us most certainly do. "when a short guy holds you it feels like a little kid is holding you".
To reverse your statement it can be said that for the tall guy it feels like he is holding a little kid, if the girl is short.
It doesnt give me that same enveloped feeling of being wrapped in a tall mans arms.
I wish it didnt feel like this and I agree it seems shallow but if a short guy could give me that feeling then Id totally give him a chance but it hasnt ever happend.