Being a fairly short man can often make seduction difficult. It is true that many women prefer tall men and sometimes they even make it a condition sine qua non …
In fact, unlike other physical criteria such as hairstyle or clothing, you cannot change or hide your size. This can be difficult to assume on a day-to-day basis in front of the female sex, other men and especially in front of oneself. For some, it even constitutes a real complex and causes a lot of suffering.
So if you also find yourself too small, here are 3 valuable tips to gain self-esteem and regain confidence in your power of seduction. You will see that being a little man is far from fatal to please! In fact, sometimes it’s the opposite…
Tip #1: Understand the social norm of taller man so you can ignore it
When you ask women why they prefer taller men, they usually don’t know why. It’s just «normal».
We, both women and men, have been lulled to sleep by the gender stereotypes instilled by the patriarchy since our earliest childhood. The man has always been considered the protector of the woman because he is physically dominant. We are conditioned to this relationship of physical domination. Thus, in the eyes of society, size is one of the main criteria of virility. It’s stupid, I grant you. But that explains why it’s so natural for most women to be attracted to taller men.
And conversely, could you date a woman taller than you without fear of losing your manhood? Macho prejudices exist on both sides… Let’s be serious, a truly confident man would not reduce his manhood to a handful of inches less.
There is no secret. If you free yourself from the social norm of the tallest man, you will naturally attract women who refuse to attach importance to such details…
Tip #2: Embrace being short-legged and change your mindset!
Well… You think you’re too small. It is a fact. Are you shorter than 1.70m? A little more ? Does not matter. Its size will not change. On the other hand, you can change your mood before it… Take a few seconds to reflect. Being short-legged is penalizing to seduce in our society. Certainly. But this is not inevitable.
First of all, you forget that there are a lot of pretty short men who are considered terribly charming by the female sex. These include Jason Statham, Al Pacino, Pharrell Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Tom Hardy, Bruno Mars, Marco Verratti (for PSG fans), Daniel Radcliffe, and Kit Harrington (aka the obscure Jon Snow from the iconic Game of Thrones series). Thrones). And we could name many more…
Understand one thing. Yes, it is true that being tall is undoubtedly a criterion of seduction that weighs in the balance. But a criterion of seduction among many others. Let us rather focus on another criterion of seduction. The universal and unstoppable criterion of seduction, much more effective than a few extra centimeters… Self-confidence! This is WHAT will make all the difference. I can assure you that a 1.90m tall tit who has no self-confidence will go unnoticed next to a smallish man who looks good in his sneakers!
If you block your small size, women will feel it and it will create discomfort every time. What really matters is what you release. Your size doesn’t matter. So embrace who you are and focus on your strengths!
Tip #3: Learn to handle self-mockery and sharpen your sense of reply
Physical differences are often the target of easy ridicule. You may have already had to deal with very heavy valves due to your short stature… In this type of situation, nothing beats a good sense of reply. If you lose your temper, you’re screwed! This will show your interlocutor that you have been touched and that your short stature is a sore spot.
To sharpen your sense of retort, you absolutely must learn to laugh at your small size. Self-mockery is true therapy. It allows you to change your vision of yourself and distance yourself from your complexes. Therefore, laughing at your shortcomings will make you more acceptable to yourself and others. Show that you have a sense of humor and that you are confident enough to risk being ridiculous. And what could be more charismatic than a fine sense of humor?
Oh, and one last piece of advice: never waste your time with someone who isn’t ready to accept you for who you are…