So if you have an S/O, do you have a large height different or a small height difference? Either way, how does it affect your relationship with them if at all? Do you like the difference? Why or why not?
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Personally, my bf and I have about a foot height difference. Though the hugs are really nice, kissing breaks my neck, as I’m the shorter one.
Cuddling is pretty nice as well as hugging because it makes me feel protected. In general, I don’t really pay attention to the height difference of us because it’s mostly him himself that I care about.
What about yourselves in a relationship as well? @Discussions or, if you’re not in one, what do you think about the stigma around height between a couple?
I don’t have a significant other but height has never really been something that bothered me, there’s just some weird societal thing that says boyfriends should be taller than their girlfriends even though I’ve literally never cared about that.
It’s the same with any other partner I may have, regardless of gender, I don’t care about height.
Yeah, I never have really gotten into the idea that they had to be, it’s sort of weird. I know with being significantly shorter than my boyfriend can have people assume that’s the only reason why, but he’s just a taller than average guy, as me being a shorter than average female.
Though it’s cute to have the height difference, people who make it one of the most important thing in seeking relationships make me so confused. I don’t see relationships all about the outside, it’s the inside, so it also furthers my belief that people don’t date others for the actual love love part, but to kind of show off if they fall into this “cute” stereotype.
Yes, it really shouldn’t matter, IMO. Cos why would it?
Height Dosent change anything about a relationship however there is a certain stigma against guys that are short and girls that are tall because traditionally men are expected to be bigger to protect the women, but it’s a very out dated way of thinking and is irrelevant in today’s world