Alright, so it is clear that some women have an obsession with height, and they won't date men under an arbitrary height. Other than curse them out when I meet them (which is pretty much a futile effort), there isn't much I can do when dealing with them. So, as far as I'm concerned, these women don't exist.
However, what percentage of women do not use height as a factor when calculating a man's physical attractiveness? Obviously physical attractiveness is not the only factor in a relationship, but, it has always been the most important to me when I consider a woman for a relationship (and, of course, women always dream about their ideal guy), so becoming as close to physically ideal as is humanly possible has become a goal of mine since about the 7th grade.
So, what percentage of women do not factor in (or factor in weakly) a man's height in terms of physical attractiveness? Is it the majority or a minority? Is it, optimistically, 90%? Or is it a clear minority of 10-20% or less? Or is it, more realistically, a middle ground between the two?
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I've never really been into tall guys. The guy I'm into right now is roughly the same height as me, and it doesn't bother me all to much (at all, really). I mean, if a tall guys attractive, he's attractive (try working that one out). Though I have noticed that ideally the guys I like are more on the average side (or maybe below average. I really don't know, what I consider average I guess? And then comparing that to my height or something) I'll admit, while I haven't dated a guy shorter than me it doesn't really sound all that appealing though I've never turned a guy down because of it. What I'm trying to say is that heights never really been a factor to me. Most of the time I don't notice the height of a guy I like until I'm consistently around him for a little while and then it's just one of those things that you acknowledge from time to time.
I guess I haven't really answered your question, but whatever. Hope you appreciate the input at least.0
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