Societal stereotypes dictate that in heterosexual romantic partnerships, a man should be bigger and taller than his female partner.
While open-minded, kind people know that size is hardly an indication of compatibility, you might encounter jokes or comments that are in completely poor taste.
This man should (and probably does) love you the way you are and loves you the most when you feel best about yourself.
If you feel best in your heels, wear them with confidence and trust that your date is just elated that a bombshell such as yourself has chosen him.2.
No pun intended, but we all know that “size doesn’t matter”—or at least we’ve been espousing this rhetoric for some time now.
We know that disregarding a potential boyfriend based upon his height is not only a scant judgmental, but quite frankly, ineffective.
Market Editor Chelsea Zalopany couldn’t agree more.
Of course, standing at 6 feet tall herself, she has a different outlook on height when it comes to dating shorter men.
We bring together tall-dating minded singles from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Europe and more.A stacked or kitten heel will still give your legs a bit of length, but won't boost you up Keep this in mind: There are so many gorgeous, confident, powerful and successful women who happily and boldly date men who are shorter.Take Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban for example (as well as her former paramour, Tom Cruise).The idea that women feel more precious—protected, even—tucked under the arm of a hulk of man? Now I certainly understand people have their tastes—my best guy friend, who stands at 6-feet-7, won’t even consider dating a guy below 6 feet, but as Vogue.com’s Fashion News Director Chioma Nnadi stresses, it’s ultimately about a connection.When dating a swaggy but diminutive Cuban salsa dancing world champion in her 20s, she was unfazed by his slight stature.