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The truth is, from a genetic standpoint I never had a snowball’s chance. The odds of my ever winning the 6’4” lottery were only slightly less than my becoming the first person to kill a dinosaur with a slingshot on Saturn’s third moon.
I spent my young life being told that our pediatrician estimated I’d end up making it to 5’6”, maybe 5’8” if I was lucky, which was still short, but not comically so.
When they finally caught me I would then receive a big hug and sometimes a kiss on the cheek before finally being set free to play or be chased by another groupie. The tiniest kid — boy or girl — at Mee-Yah-Noh Elementary, I looked more like a doll than a typical kindergartener.
Even at that age I appreciated how my size caused people to treat me differently.
Perception A common complaint amongst women in the workforce is that instead of being praised for showing the same decisive leadership qualities as their male peers, strong women often end up being classified as “bitches” whose dedication is seen as a form of psychosis rather than that of admirable drive and ambition.
In the case of short men, take the above and replace “bitches” with “little Napoleons”, whose desire to succeed is dismissed by many as evidence of “short man’s syndrome” and a pathetic need to prove themselves more worthy than others.Glass Ceiling Take a look at the list of Fortune 500’s top CEOs and what you’ll find is the classic definition of a sausage party.It’s all men, men, and some more men, with just a smattering of token females to help indicate just how many fucking men there really are.Sexual Harassment Actually, this is where the similarities between women and short men sharply diverge.Very few of us smaller guys have to worry about receiving unwanted sexual attention.” And chances are the remaining 2 out of 10 will only give you a couple of minutes to make your case before similarly blowing you off. FF: (Uncomfortable silence) According to the mega-bestseller “Freakonomics,” short men are statistically less likely to receive any responses from their online dating profiles than any other demographic group.