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But these days, with supermarkets doing all the hard work for our men (and women), what is the main strength modern women should look for in a potential partner?Surely it's not whether men can chop down trees to provide vital fuel for both dinner and warmth, but, sadly in many of my male mates' cases, their ability to sit at desk and stare at a computer screen for long periods at a time.Do all women still yearn for a big burly man to be able to whisk them off their feet (literally)?My own issues with my height stem from my active involvement in dance and drama throughout my childhood.So it seems ladies that we do in fact let the height of men affect how feminine we feel. Or is this a basic animal instinct that is out of our control, helping us to pick a mate that our brains simply can’t reason its way out of?I’d love to say I’m going to try and break the mould, but I think I’ll be searching for that 6ft 4ins man of my dreams for a while before I throw away my flat shoes. @Ana_elizabeth6 The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.average) I was keen to learn that they actually envy taller women.And the reason why they feel this way was certainly something I hadn’t considered before.
I’ve even seen the opposite in many relationships where big burley men are obviously the ones being whipped into shape by their petite, demure looking girlfriends.If trying to catch the attention of a man however, the same problem reared its ugly head – as she admitted that she would opt for less height in the shoe department in these situations.“Being tall can make you feel intimidating to men, and therefore less likely to be approached,” she mused.“When I see a tall woman I think they look elegant and like an adult, and they often make me feel like a child in comparison,” Danielle explained.
Later on that evening, she, like my other taller friend, was also quick to dismiss the idea of dating a man who was shorter than her – her reasoning was that she would feel less feminine.Growing up in an all-girls school I was always chosen to play the male parts in drama productions due to my height (well I presumed it was due to my height…), and knew, despite my dreams, I would always be too tall and heavy to be a ballet dancer.