Many times, the guys wouldn't balk initially when I told them my height, but the bias became pretty apparent once we met in real life.So here's what I've done: I've learned to look at it as a blessing.
Regardless of how I feel, I know I'm in the minority.
Eventually, we all grew up and being tall proved to be kind of awesome.
But that guy's comment (and online dating in general) brought me right back to that awkward stage.
At the end of the day, I want to date a confident man.
And If a guy is threatened by my height or it makes him feel insecure, then I say on to the next one.
“I saw a lot of profiles that said ‘Don’t bother if you don’t know the difference between ‘to’ and ‘too’ - and definitely not if you’re shorter than me.” Apparently, height is one of the most commonly lied about attributes on dating sites, and I know plenty of women, myself included, who have complained when a date turned out to be six inches shorter than advertised.