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Positive responses on the thread but I can honestly say unfortunately that this is probably selection bias due to the global nature of the internet.If we phrase the question as such, most people would answer “Yes”, without having to give it too much thought. Having a preference for certain physical attributes is everyone’s right, and it’s also completely normal. I am asking because while this may not be a controversial question in general, women preferring taller men has been a sort of hot button issue among (male) Tinder/Bumble/Hinge users, for example on the r/Tinder subreddit. Or maybe that’s just (some of) the r/Tinder guys, while the woman in question deletes this match and responds to one of her other dozen new messages instead.Maybe she does have preferences, but as we’ve established, that should be considered absolutely okay.In the same vein, it is indeed absolutely okay for a guy to have his own preferences for physical attributes such as a girl’s weight.You can’t help who or what you’re drawn to, but you can make an active effort to be a bit more open-minded.If you Nope based on an arbitrary number of feet and inches, you might be passing over men who, on every other level, are a great match — men who are still funny, kind, strong, sweet, and hot.
Yes, there are indeed “height queens” out there, who add fuel to the flame by including things like “must be at least 6′ and 6″ to talk to me” in their bios, while they themselves would be denied access to most roller coasters.Yes, weight, similarly to height, can be difficult to gauge from images in some cases, and (some) plus size women have a tendency to try every trick in the book to hide any extra pounds behind angles, and filters.