” She responded that she wears them “cuz they are hot”, unlike, apparently, men who are short.The cheeky Tinder user then decided to have a joke at her expense, making the extreme comments: “Like why do they even exist” and adding: “Why can’t we just sterilize them.” For some reason, alarm bells still didn’t ring for the oblivious singleton.He actually was a couple inches taller than me, but the question caught me off guard. probably not,” I awkwardly admitted, embarrassed that I had gone with the two-inch wedges. ” She laughed at me and said, “Oh, I promise, your priorities are going to change.” “Not about that,” I replied. When Mark asked me to his dance months later, I not-so-politely declined—“Oh, Mark, you know we are just friends”—and instead accepted a later invitation from his significantly taller but significantly less charming friend.
Owning your height and acting secure enough to be okay with women wearing heels is a stepping stone to fantastic sex. Daniel Radcliffe is 5’5” and who doesn’t want to fuck Harry Potter?This Tinder bio suggestion came directly from my friend Dave, who has used it with success. Prince (RIP), the man capable of delivering the most powerful orgasm on the planet, was 5’2”. The stigma against you is unfair, especially when it comes to Tinder.When the next option is simply a swipe of a finger away, it’s too easy to dismiss a potentially perfect partner based on shallow attributes.By using celebrity comparisons rather than numbers, you’re also allowing for useful (and erotic) visualization.
A final soothing FYI: I’m still not entirely sure how tall my current boyfriend is, and we live together.In one swift swoop—like a scene out of —he’d lift me up with one hand, and I’d laugh. While describing this vision might sound absolutely ridiculous (please, someone, laugh at me), I know I was certainly not alone in this opinion.Hang out in any girl’s college dorm room for long enough, and you know: Height matters in dating.After all, shouldn’t the right man make me feel feminine and small?Now, don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing bad in finding your man’s height swoon-worthy.Women don’t really give a fuck about height IRL, but then we jump on Tinder and we’re faced with all these giant men boasting about their heights (“6’3”, because apparently that’s important to you”) and it starts to feel like a priority.