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Every guy has his own preferences, and these influence whom he dates. But it's particularly hard to ignore one asset — a woman's height. Height is often the first thing you notice about someone when you first meet. You'll estimate a woman's height as soon as you approach her. That said, it would be wrong to deny that individual guys have their own preferences. While some dudes might not even include height when considering the qualities they desire in a woman, others put a great deal of emphasis on how their potential partners measure up pun intended. But if a guy is short and resourceful, he might pursue a taller woman.
He might help a woman find her car in a crowded parking lot. Maybe he'll offer to reach for the top shelf at Whole Foods. OK, I was kidding there — but, point being, there are pros and cons to a man's own height in seeking a partner. The fashion world sets up tall, slender women as the "ideal" type. In response, women around the world buy high-heeled shoes and ignore the discomfort in order to gain a few inches.
Tall women attract attention. When a group of women walk into a bar, most eyes turn immediately to the tallest one in the group — simply because she might be the first face they see. And when men interact with tall women, as Roger Dobson explains for The Independent, the outcome is generally positive.
These initial impressions don't guarantee a lasting relationship. But they do give tall women a leg up no pun intended. Although these judgements may seem superficial, I understand where they come from. Whenever I think of a tall woman, I almost always picture Uma Thurman or Maria Sharapova — tall, blonde, alpha females.
Both happen to be very assertive. Psychologists from the Universities of Liverpool and Central Lancashire set out to gain a better understanding of height discrimination, a tendency that has influenced male-male competition since the beginning of human history.
But heightism is not confined to ego battles between men. It also plays a large role in a man's choice of mate. In one study, men were asked to judge the characters of women whose pictures had been digitally shortened or lengthened. Simon Chu, who was involved in the study, explained. The evidence found in studies of heightism is not entirely in favor of tall women.
In fact, it often suggests that men may view shorter women in an equally positive light. Many shorter men have to conquer the fear of dating women who are taller than they are. Many men might find taller women more imposing — and smaller women more inviting.
According to the man behind the claim, Dr. Brown explains his logic through the concept of body symmetry. Though tall, slim, women may appear thinnest on a runway, it's the shorter, curvier women who are most symmetrically pleasing. Ultimately, height is just a . But your choice of a tall or a short woman could reveal which other qualities attract you. If you're a lad who fancies taller women, you might prefer a more independent and assertive companion.
If you are a shorter man, you could be seeking out someone more nurturing. By Dan Scotti. When you're looking for a woman to date, the list of qualities to consider can seem infinite. There's hair color. Skin tone. If a guy is short and insecure, he may compensate for his height by seeking out a shorter woman. Dobson explains that men make many conclusions about a woman based on her height. Choice B: Short Women The evidence found in studies of heightism is not entirely in favor of tall women.
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