Dating man short
They do more housework than shorter men and their income is more likely to be similar to their spouse's.Shorter men have relationships that more closely mirror traditional power dynamics: the man as breadwinner, the woman spending more time on housework.Whether it’s weight or height, one thing is for certain: Women generally don’t like feeling big. Only weeks after that guy asked if I would hypothetically be interested in a man shorter than me, I unexpectedly met the man who would become my husband at an Iron and Wine concert in Chicago. And while he makes me feel feminine, one thing’s for certain: He never makes me feel like I need to be smaller.During the night, I was so engrossed in conversation with him, I didn’t even notice that he was a whopping one inch shorter than me. If you told me five years ago that the man I’d end up marrying would be shorter than me, I’d laugh in your face.
Shorter guys -- less than 5-foot-7 -- "get divorced at lower rates,” Weitzman noted.
“Our findings portray a pattern in which short men compensate for their status disadvantage by enacting other types of stereotypical masculinity,” Weitzman said.
If tall men have advantages when it comes to desirability, why do they do more housework than shorter men?
TV personality Kim Kardashian, right, and her then-fiance, NBA basketball player Kris Humphries, arrive at the Kardashian Kollection launch party on Aug. While Humphries's height may have made him more attractive to her, their marriage did not last.
(Matt Sayles/AP) There is already a growing body of research suggesting that tall men are generally paid better and are viewed as more masculine and competent.