I am 6ft tall and 17 years old. I am athletic and not fat, but I have curves. I feel like I'm in a weird spot at my age and I am thinking that maybe my height is intimidating to some guys and even to making friends with other girls. Guys, do you think that a 6ft tall girl is attractive? any tips?
(and yes I am open to dating guys maybe 2in shorter)
When I was your age, I was the only one who'd date the girls your size, who were taller than the guys in our class except for a couple of bb players. I never minded taller girls, but most guys won't be friends with any girls taller than they are, as you probably have learned!
I have tended to not approach girls who are taller than me (I'm 5'11) but mostly cause I think most girls won't date guys who are shorter than them. Most the girls I knew from the volleyball team would date guys that were taller than them still
They are very attractive (especially if they look like you). The only reason that I might not find them worth my time is because of the perception that women won't date guys shorter than them (some even taller)
If intimidating is girl language for unattractive, then that might be the case. I don't know one guy that is afraid of a woman's height. I do know plenty of men, that find shorter women more feminine and thus more attractive though.
Girl , I am right there with you. I have always been a lot taller the most the kids my age growing up. I'm 5'11", and for a while my height was my biggest insecurity. I felt out of place, awkward and some times like a freak. I ended up playing a lot of sports especially in early high school which gave me an natural advantage and it turn really boosted my confidence.
I found that I was living in fear that I wouldn't be excepted or thought beautiful because of it. That I would end up taller then all the guys. But as I matured I realized it's not about what other people think, it's about being confident about the way you are. The hardest thing I had to learn is that I had to except and be happy with who I was before anyone else.