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I think I like it better than I would like being really short, though.""I think beautiful is partially how you carry yourself, but I am just like everyone else: I see girls that I wish I looked like and I think, "Oh wow, she's beautiful," and I'm jealous of her.Like, I see a girl sometimes who is 5'5" or so – a normal height – and she's just with some guy who is shorter than me but still much taller than her and I think that they look...? Because to me, she is beautiful because she fits into something, and she looks happy and natural.I'm on a dating site and I get A LOT of messages about my height in kind of weird, fetishy ways.And sometimes they can be flattering like "I love a tall girl," but a lot of times they're just totally weird.But that is visually very intimidating, so I don't do that usually.""Well, obviously it's all I've ever known, because I've been the tallest in class since the third grade, and almost always as tall as the boys. But in terms of practicality, it's great for reaching stuff and seeing over people and, like, when I traveled in Japan this past year, it was like I had some kind of superpower.But it also sucks for airplanes and cars and stuff, so it's a give and take.I don't go out of my way to stand out or wear things that attract attention, or a lot of makeup.Like, I want to be feminine and not come off as manly or intimidating, but I never go out of my way to feel "really girly," because I feel like that makes me look ridiculous and attracts too much attention.
Honestly, I have dated guys a few inches shorter than me and didn't mind, but they definitely seemed to judge me based on it and be less comfortable than I was.
I asked her six big questions about beauty and femininity, and got some brutal truths in response."I definitely feel like I have to go out of my way to be passive, like I'm not automatically perceived as feminine in the same way I would be if I were even a few inches shorter.
I make an effort to seem more feminine and less intimidating, and have even caught myself having a more high-pitched voice on first dates (and I ALWAYS wear flats on a first date, even if the guy is tall).
If you’re a regular reader, you probably knew that I was on the CBS Early Show in July. We wrote two new profile essays that were unique, funny and confident.
Appearing with me was one of my all-time favorite clients, Tom Pandolfo. We renamed him “Look Ma No Hair.” And we watched as his in-box filled up with interested women.