(Disclaimer: being tall is subjective especially according to your own height, I do not speak for all tall women)
1. Hearing friends and acquaintances say when you talk about a date or a new boyfriend, "Is he taller than you?" or something of that variation: It's not even personality or looks, the first thing that comes to their mind is his height first, he could be a serial killer for all your friends care just as long as he is taller than you, then everything is alright.
2. Constantly hearing from some short girls and and some men, how being short is seen as more feminine:
(Tyra banks: 5'10")
(Charlize Theron 5'10")
3. People assuming you are older just because you are taller: Seriously, I do not understand why people still associate age with height since there are younger people who are taller than older people. Why is this still a thing?
4. Being told not wear certain shoes in particular high heels: Personally I do not wear high heels but I use to when I was a teenager, I just do not find them as comfortable, but tall women are told constantly not to wear high heels. We have our foot police. Don't we feel special?
(Katy Perry 5'8" pictured above in high heels)
(Blake Lively 5'10" in high heels)
What are some struggles you go through as a tall girl?