Do tall women (5'9" and up) have a right to complain about being single when they limit their own options to only 15% or less of the male dating pool?

MCheetah
Do women 5'9" and up have any right to whine about there "being no men to date" when they intentionally limit themselves to only dating men 6'0" or 6'1" and above, when 80% of men aren't tall?

I mean, on one end, MOST straight women want and desire tall men, and in the West, anything under 6'0" is unattractive/a turn-off for women. They don't like/want short men, even if some end up settling with them. However... Knowing this, do they have any right to complain when they're intentionally being extremely picky, shallow, and entitled? It's not like most men care about height on a woman anyway. Women are almost exclusively the ones excluding dating options based on height, not men.

So is it fair for tall women to complain when they themselves are the ones singling out all men under six feet tall (and in some cases, 6'1", despite that being tall enough on a man)? Or is it just hypocrisy and shallow entitlement?
Do tall women (59 and up) have a right to complain about being single when they limit their own options to only 15% or less of the male dating pool?
Do tall women (59 and up) have a right to complain about being single when they limit their own options to only 15% or less of the male dating pool?
Do tall women (59 and up) have a right to complain about being single when they limit their own options to only 15% or less of the male dating pool?
Do tall women (5'9" and up) have a right to complain about being single when they limit their own options to only 15% or less of the male dating pool?
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