For me I would like to think that my guy could protect me in a crisis.I don't think a large percentage of men would turn down an attractive woman just because she is taller than him.For me I would like to think that my guy could protect me in a crisis. Don't know a man who would prefer a woman heavier or taller than him nor many women who would want that either.If the woman is just fitter but smaller that may be another story.You treat each other as equals - no matter what dimensions you may have. So if you guys are wondering if I'd date you when I could wrestle you down in 5 seconds, the answer is, no. It's not so much she'd be stronger than me at certain weights in certain places, etc.I would say that I would fear her being less interested underneath it all in me when revealed, if she couldn't also take down a ton of other guys.I would be thinking "big athletic gal" in looks that doesn't attract me down the line.
Because when you let me go first, ladies being first and all, I'll test-drive the clearance level for you.19. hopefully getting back into doing as much work may change that and its not just old age :)Don't know a man who would prefer a woman heavier or taller than him nor many women who would want that either. I've trained many women who were short and small by comparison to men, but in a hand to hand situation, I'd put them against just about any street thug of any size.If the woman is just fitter but smaller that may be another story. Her profile said she was athletic and worked out vigorously. The same goes for men who may be of "slight" build. When it comes down to it, it has been mankind's intelligence, not his strength or height or weight that has allowed him to dominate this planet, and rise to the top of the food chain. In fact, I get off on being taller than you, even though it might not happen very often. What falls just above the knee on another girl is going to look downright on me but just accept this before we have dinner with your parents because there's nothing I can do about it and I love my skirts.9. If I tell you I'm 5-foot-9, don't then furrow your brow and tell me I "look taller than that" because you just sound like you think I look like a freak.10. If I have heels on and you find yourself feeling short, remember that you should feel like a badass for being with a tall girl. I love wearing heels so don't get weird when I do.3.Also if one person is a MMA expert, has a gun, or some other type of weapon, then all bets are off. Not that I'm in bad shape to begin with given that I commute to work on my bicycle part of the time (18km each way). That's where orgasms AND insecurity both come from.LOL That's why I choose to be tied down if the option is available. The general instinct seems to be that women prefer being the 'feminine', or the smaller of the two, and men are wired to be the 'masculine', or the protector.Being masculine or feminine is left up to individual interpretation, so some people's ideas are EXTREMELY different from others.I personally wouldn't mind dating a healthy woman who's bigger, taller and stronger - but the 'market' of women interested in a smaller guy is almost a non-existent population, so I don't even try searching for it. I could be dating a she-hulk who can bench press my car - but if she's a smoker or a heavy drinker or some other disgusting habit, I'm gone.I'm not a star athlete or anything, but I'm as fit as the average Joe gym goer (I do crossfit). I like to date people that are physically active and a lot of people are naturally going to be bigger than me. letitialegrande wrote: Don't know a man who would prefer a woman heavier or taller than him nor many women who would want that either.But recently I started dating a girl who is stronger than me. She could probably take me on in an arm wrestle, though we never tried lol. If the woman is just fitter but smaller that may be another story.