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At just under 5ft 10in, I consider myself a tall woman.
The average male in England is 5ft 10in, while the typical female is a mere 5ft 5ins, so you could say I’m well over average height for my gender.
So why are many women, including myself, still programmed to think like this?
I’ve always wished to be a couple of inches shorter so I could wear high heels and not feel like a walking tree.
Even as a young adult at university, I gravitated towards clubs that unfortunately weren't popular with members of the opposite sex.
In Ballroom and Latin dancing classes and competitions I often found myself wearing black trousers and flat shoes and leading another girl around the dance floor – robbed of the sparkle and glitter I’d craved since watching Strictly Come Dancing – I just wanted to wear a dress for heaven's sake – it didn’t even have to be a pretty one.
I’ve even seen the opposite in many relationships where big burley men are obviously the ones being whipped into shape by their petite, demure looking girlfriends.
Do all women still yearn for a big burly man to be able to whisk them off their feet (literally)?
My own issues with my height stem from my active involvement in dance and drama throughout my childhood.
What’s worse, according to statistics, half the men in the country are my height or shorter.
When it comes to dating, that makes the chances of finding a potential boyfriend slimmer than most – if, like me, you care about finding a man who's taller than you.