Dating a pretentious guy
"It’s the overall pretentious nature of women on Tinder!I would never list a minimum bra size or say size 2 or less. It turned out great for them." Call me a romantic, but it seems to me that one day a woman might pass a man sitting in a coffee shop, they'll lock eyes, and feel an instant attraction.The problem is that those guys generally don't want to date and do you. Until they do, hope, like a certain body part, will spring eternal.When you're gay, being single is never because you haven't found the right guy. Mike Alvear is the author of the instantly downloadable ebook, Meet The Hottie In The Corner--The 21 Day Plan To Overcome Your Fear of Rejection, Master the Art of Icebreakers and Snag Guys You Never Thought You Could Get.Period." To be clear, this phenomenon doesn't apply to all, or even most women.There are plenty of them placing far more weight on personal chemistry.For men, intimacy is a consequence of sex; for women it's a pre-requisite.Maybe that's why so many of us gay men are single for so long.
And yet, isn't this brazen height-ism just another variation on the kind of "no fat chicks" misogyny that would seem both offensive and outdated if a guy were to just casually drop it into a Tinder profile?"It’s mind-boggling," says Gerard, 31, who is 5'10"."You see these women who are overweight and unattractive clamoring for a tall man on their profiles, but I can’t ask that the girl be attractive or under a certain weight.” Now, the above quote crystallizes an important point.You know, something like this: "I will only date men 5’11" and over," says Annabelle, a 35-year-old woman standing at an above-average height of 5'11"."Height is important to me and I don't want to be taller than the man I'm with.
Here's a common one: "I like to wear heels, so if you're under (insert desired height) swipe left." And it's not even just requests for guys who are slightly taller -- in some cases it's pushed to the statistical edges of male height.