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If everyone is worried about what their relationship looks like to other people then they’re hardly going to end up happy in life.

When I threw this argument back to my giant man friend, and asked if he would throw away the love of his life simply because she was taller and bigger than him, he simply replied “well I suppose I’d have to eat more then”.

On debating the subject with a man recently, and a fairly tall one at that at 6ft 2ins, he seemed to cement the concerns of my girlfriends.

While he said he loved tall girls, he explained that if he were to go out with a woman who was taller than him he’d be worried everyone else would assume that his girlfriend would be the one "wearing the trousers" (and not just the Ballroom trousers) in the relationship.

It seems though that not all tall women are insecure about their height as my 6ft friend and I are, as on interviewing a fellow 5ft 10incher I discovered that she loves being tall.

She even said she wears high heels when going on a night-out with her friends, even if she towers above all of them.

Growing up in an all-girls school I was always chosen to play the male parts in drama productions due to my height (well I presumed it was due to my height…), and knew, despite my dreams, I would always be too tall and heavy to be a ballet dancer.

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Surely it's not whether men can chop down trees to provide vital fuel for both dinner and warmth, but, sadly in many of my male mates' cases, their ability to sit at desk and stare at a computer screen for long periods at a time.

What’s worse, according to statistics, half the men in the country are my height or shorter.

When it comes to dating, that makes the chances of finding a potential boyfriend slimmer than most – if, like me, you care about finding a man who's taller than you.

So why are many women, including myself, still programmed to think like this?

I’ve always wished to be a couple of inches shorter so I could wear high heels and not feel like a walking tree.So it seems ladies that we do in fact let the height of men affect how feminine we feel. Or is this a basic animal instinct that is out of our control, helping us to pick a mate that our brains simply can’t reason its way out of?