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Studies say that women prefer guys with height. Anywhere from 55 to 76% so it's a majority. How much of a majority depends on the study. And for one study said that 25% of those women wanted a guy to be at least 4 to 6 inches taller than her while 11% said at least 6 to 8 inches taller than her.
No height doesn't matter to me. I mean girls you would really pass up a hot guy just because he's short? My last job, I had a boss who was probably the same height as me or a little shorter. I am 5'4 by the way. And he was so hot lol but sadly taken. But I still admired him every day. 😆 I've seen so many attractive guys who were shorter than me and I would definitely date them.
Okay I know people are gonna hate me for this.
Yes. Height is important to me. I’m most attracted to tall guys, I love having a height and size difference and it makes me feel safe. And that’s important to me. I’m a pretty girl and I’m 5’9 myself, so I don’t think I’m asking for too much haha. I want 6’4+. My ex was 6’5 and I loved it.
He is in minority and you are being unrealistic
Yes, it does. As someone who is short, the feeling of having someone taller than you gives a sense of protection and just makes you feel more womanly and cute. Just my opinion though.
I can't believe many guys want to date a woman who is a feet taller. This is such a useless question.
Height matters in a same way weight matters.
So basically, be underneath 6ft and I'm fucked? Weight can be controlled by consistent cardio and cutting down on fat foods, there isn't a lot of shit you can do to naturally change your height other than work out, which does not work for everyone.
I dont really care. However, most women prefer that he is taller... not 6ft... just taller because it makes them feel like the smaller one (more feminine)
Basically most women want a taller man just like most men would probably not want a super muscular woman.
Of course, it does. We have questions about this EVERY SINGLE DAY and the answers do NOT change; for most women, height is important.
Sure it matters. But it's not a problem to me if you're shorter than me. Height isn't everything.
You just contradicted yourself twice there
So does it matter or does it not?
I don't see myself dating like a dwarf for example but besides that?
So basically it does matter.
Well yeah "sure it matters" but 90% aren't like dwarves so if you're just short, no problem for me.
Yes you gotta be at least taller than me. I’m already short af
Then it wouldn't take much, would it
Yes, I wouldn’t date someone shorter than me or my height.
I am a petite (short) woman and the guy has to at least me a few inches taller than me.
From what I’ve known they just like taller than them by a few inches, doesn’t have to be 6 foot though, most women are shorter than the average male
I'd date a woman taller than me, but she'd be pretty tall if she were
For someone like myself being 6'1 I always believed in the saying when it comes to females is that "good things come in small packages" :)
Not one bit. I'm 5"10 without heels and at least 6''1 with them, so once they don't mind my height, I'm good.
No not really. I've liked many guys who were shorter or the same height as me
My boyfriend is 5'11 i am 5'10... End kf conversation
Not that much but I honestly do find it more attractive if he is taller than me
Can't trust these height diggers. I should start saying boob size matters.
@Haha456 I dated older people, and met such people whom I wanted to date even older than my mum. Looks like I ain't a guy! #nonbinary
I’m scared to say what I’m into for men. I rather just be single.
Well who knew Ryan gosling was on the shorter side. Same with Mark whalberg
No, not at all, but the shorter, the better for me.
Haha. Seriously? Shorter the better for you.. even for a man?
You prefer short men too? Or short women only?
@insteadfew well yeah biology. I guess if she takes steroids or works it do heavy that she's stronger than most women then she could throw that guy around like a rag doll. Women like that are pretty rare. You are asking me these things like you don't know, you are a guy, you would know better than me. I'm a girl, I don't have your biology. I just know from like being alive and knowing the difference between men and women that men are stronger.
@Mewzinc no, it's not that I am being nice! It's just that I am being practical and you are being biased.. lol
If anyone is taller and heavier/stronger then obviously they'll have much more chance to win a fight... irrespective of the gender. How does them being female make them " weaker" and easy looser if they're 3-4 inches taller and 10-18 kg heavier? Lol
And as I said being a female she has an advantage of hitting testicles if she wishes to and that's really really painful for a male
I dont date women under 5"5 and over 5"9
This is such a popcorn moment for many.
A lady comes and say "oh he have to be fit, 6.1 at least, this and that hair, have a car, have this and that income at least blablabla"
But if a man say anything at all "oh she just need to look healthy, be pretty, not below this and that hight" then he will be called a pig, discriminating blablabla.
This is so stupid the whole thing. I'm not saying a woman can't have her own personal preferences to what she finds atractiv, I'm saying of she can have preferences then so can he.
haha like men dont care about a womans age? how about men rejecting older women so they can go for younger woman?
Some men, not all men. Just as some ladies care more about how much money a man makes and will leave them if they don't make "enough" for a moment
@megabamse I agree with you. Well said ❤️
Because a lot of women can't work after they give birth to children. He must be able to pay the bills.
Just like how men reject women that are no longet in childbearing age
If you want women who can still produce children, you must be able to provide
Why can't women leave broke men for rich men?
Men leave their wives for younger women all the time.
Well here is the thing, it depends on what country you live in. Like if you live in a European one, then you get paid maternity leave for up to 50 weeks. Often FULL pay. Also in most European countries kindergartens have highly educated people to take care of your kids and you can bring you kids there as young as 9 months, but most wait til their 1 year. And i have never ever mett a European family where anyone have been a stay at home parent after the maternity leave. So after these 50 weeks most family goes to work again. Both parents go back to work, and that is what expected of them. Also most European countries don't work more then 7 hour's days. And most European countries have tons of benefits and stuff going on for people with families. They so have paid vacation. So I'm Europe there is no such thing as stay at home parent. And everyone is getting paid, even when they have maternity leave.
But she is talking about hight, not money. And you say your comment like all men do. But not all men does. Just look at Aaron Taylor Johnson as an example. And there are so so many more examples
You will still have a baby crying for you after Maternity leave is over. Maternity leave is short and does not last. Especially if you have multiple children that NEEDS care. Its not realistic to send every single child to daycare due to how expensive it can get
This is why most women stop working for a few years until the kids are old enough to attend school. Thats when she resumes her career
This is why it is so important for a man to be financially stable. If you have to stay home to care for 3 kids , your husband can't provide for family. you're basically screwed
@Haha456 Yes thats right. We are right to do that in all
just like we are right to reject all short guys
@Haha456 You are just being childish now. we are rejecting you largely because of things you do rather then the superficial reasons that the media and feminism has to taught you to reject men on.
We don't pay for kindergarten and we don't pay for education here. It's viewed as a right. And 50 weeks is short? It's 52 weeks in a year.
are you kidding? In 50 months, your baby is only 4 years old, too young to attend school. It will still be crying for your care.
what makes you think 50 months of maternity leave solves the problem?
oh right.. even worse, you didn't say 50 months, you said 50 weeks.
yea... what makes you think 50 weeks makes any difference?
so what? you're equally as superficial. so how do you accuse other people for being superficial?
@Haha456 LMFAO. In what way am i superficial.
As i said before, kindergartens have educated worker's that keeps your kids safe and educate them while we are at work. It's from 9 months til 6 years. The earliest you can deliver is 6.30 in the mornings and the lastes to pickup is 4.30 In the day. But you can deliver and pick up at anytime during this opening hours. It's not without reason european countries has so many educated people compared to other countries. On the lists of the world most happy people and educated people, most of the top countries are from Europe.
it takes 5 years after giving birth for a kid to reach kindergarten.
maternity leave is only 50 weeks, not 5 years.
Are you able to read at all? Or at least process information that is in the text you read? It don't seam like it is. I'm saying that in Europe, that is by the way a continent with 44 countries. That in most of Europe the kindergarten age is between 9 months of age up to 6 year of age. Then you start primary school after that. 9 months is by the way 39 weeks. So have maternity leave for 50 weeks. Well let's do the math. 39-50=11. That means that you can have your kid at home for 11 extra weeks before kindergarten age. It's paid maternity leave did i mention that? So if let's say as an example that the job you had before you have birth was 40.000$ a year. Then you would get during your 50 weeks of maternity leave almost 40.000$ paid out. I say almost because a year i 52 weeks. There is even 11 weeks set aside for the father with same rules. You get paid for them 11 weeks. I come from Europe, and this is the system my grandmother had, my mother, and my generation had. We have free healthcare, free child care, free education. The system takes care of us. Most of Europe is high up on happiness, safety, family friendly and educated lists of the world. So what you know and are used to is what it is where ever in the world you live. But that is not how it is here.
doesn't matter where it is. It has been PROVEN that children born to poor families tend to do WORSE not only in childhood but also in adulthood.
And no, not all college costs are covered in Europe. It really depends on the type of college and length of term. Most people have to pay something about of pocket for college in Europe.
We're talking about children not having enough quality food to eat. Parents working too much leaving kids to being taken care of by the wrong people. Kids get ABUSED in daycares / kindergarten. The younger they are, the more likely they get abused. I , myself, have worked in daycares.
If you're not financially stable, do not have kids.