The fact of the matter is that society is pushing height as one of the qualities that make a good man.Ever since forever, height has been associated with power and masculinity. No matter how you put it, bitterness is unattractive to anyone, no matter the size and everything else.When all men were hunters, dating the tallest one was a wise option. If you’re short and think you can ignore your wardrobe, it’s a mistake.A taller man was a stronger man, a better hunter, and a better provider. Following the biological choice now may come as an anachronism. You definitely can add a couple of inches if you make the right choices.First, don’t whine or complain about your height around women.Don’t vent or complain about their height preferences or “call them out.” If you must vent, do it around guy friends or with your therapist.Being short may come as a disadvantage when you are trying to impress women.
Probably women, even those at your height pass you by in order to date tall guys.“Swipe left if you’re under 6 foot” “Tall guys only!” “I would date you, but you’re just too short.” Almost all shorter men (around 5’9″ and below) have heard similar phrases, or seen them online. I have had success in dating and relationships (yes, even Tinder) and I’m going to share my tips.But hey, that’s cold comfort when women are putting “six feet tall, minimum” in their dating profiles and your friends all call you “Short Round”.The thing is, as with many other masculine insecurities, this is predominantly in our heads. Worse, I’m the shortest of all my friends who range from 5’1o” on the short side, to 6’7″ on the tall side.But Napoleon Bonaparte was one of the most powerful and feared men in the world, and he was 5’7”. The Napoleon complex and “short men are angry” complex is stopping many guys from being themselves. Your bitterness translates to your body language, and that sour attitude is stopping women from talking to you.