I’ve already described a bunch of ways this can be beneficial for you, but I’ve saved the best for last.
Slow dancing and dancing at a party or club becomes less of workout because you’re able to stand straight up instead of being hunched over or bending your knees all night.
Hugging, holding hands, and cuddling all require infinitely less planning.
This morning I read an article on the Telegraph online by the journalist Johnathan Wells. Because 9 times out of 10, women prefer to date men who are taller than them. In all honesty though, I don’t think many men I know want to date women who are taller them.
The article centres around the issue of height and dating. Something I noticed years ago, when I first started using Tinder, was that people tended to put their height in the free text section of the app profile, even though they weren’t asked. Because once conversation began, if they didn’t know already, someone would ask. Many find it emasculating, and the reality of being a taller woman, dating a man who is shorter or around the same height as you, is that you will rarely choose to wear heels – a look many men find attractive.
No, as he points out, that doesn’t make him ‘Lillipudian’ … In the same way people prefer blonds or brunettes – but those are things you can see very easily on a dating profile.