Do women feel dating shorter man
My first night in a club, I was promised by my older cousin, would be a night I would never forget.
Twenty minutes through the door and ten Aftershocks later and it already felt like a night I would never remember – and then came Jemima.
Across town, through the blanched walls of the church and past the bustling marketplace, an older man layers golden necklaces over his starched white button-down, while his maid hands him a pair of black slacks.
Elsewhere, a woman pulls on tight pleather shorts and puts pasties on her exposed breasts, preparing for a performance.
However, the study also revealed that women don’t like their men too lanky – only one in seven cases had the man at 10 inches or more taller than the woman.
The statistics were underlined by a study in the US by Philip Cohen, professor of sociology at the University of Maryland.
Being a World Cup year it’s only right to turn our attention to a study conducted by evolutionary psychologist Gert Stulp from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
“High and mighty: Height increases authority in professional refereeing” studied referees in the French and German football leagues and the 2010 World Cup.
The lighting was low, the music was loud and my stomach was doing the hokey cokey.Jemima was one of those predatory women with a keen eye for the unsettled stagger of youth.She was also no stranger to an arm wrestle and a family size pork pie.A survey of the Fortune 500 conducted in 2005 revealed that the average CEO is 6 feet tall; over 90pc of CEOs are above average height; and only 3pc of CEOs are under 5’7”.The perfect excuse to fly first class: “My legs don’t fit in economy”.