Tall men dating short women
However, among married couples, women are more likely to be shorter than their husbands, if only by a few inches.In an intriguing 2013 study, Dutch psychologists Gert Stulp, Abraham Buunk, and Thomas Pollet followed up on some of their earlier work on male height to find out more about what leads women to prefer those lanky guys.We bring together tall-dating minded singles from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Europe and more.Here you could mingle with tall singles, tall beautiful women and tall handsome men, and those tall people admires!Their data revealed that the ideal height women seek in a man is 6ft.The 6ft men who were members of the site were 33 per cent more likely to be contacted than a man of average height (5ft 7), and 77 per cent more likely to be contacted than a man under 5ft 4.Let me tell you, there are a lot of really amazing men on this side of six feet.I will however add that, if you say you’re looking for 5’8″, you will get responses from guys who say they’re 5’7″, and are actually 5’6″.
An article on Jezebel discusses a report from the Atlantic that illustrates that the average height differential between 4600 married American couples was six inches and that the wife was taller in 3.8% of couples.They were also curious to learn how and why people are satisfied with their own height.Evolutionarily speaking, one might argue that a tall man would be preferred by women because, if you follow the argument, he’ll be stronger and better able to ward off physical treats to his family.However, among married couples, women are more likely to be shorter than their husbands, if only by a few inches.' Perfect match: When Kate is not wearing heels, there's 7 inches in height between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - which is the ideal height difference many women want between them and their partner When it comes to romance, she said tall men are more attractive because: 'Evolutionarily speaking, one might argue that a tall man would be preferred by women because, if you follow the argument, he'll be stronger and better able to ward off physical treats to his family.' She adds that while this is no longer relevant today when we're not looking for man to go out and hunt wild animals for us, women are now 'conditioned by media images' of the ideal man to seek taller men.The study by Dutch researchers found that women were most satisfied when they were much shorter than their male partners by about 7-8 inches.