Do you think what size a person is matters in a relationship? Please explain wh

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  1. flashmakeit profile image65
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    Do you think what size a person is matters in a relationship?  Please explain why.

  2. ComfortB profile image88
    ComfortBposted 6 years ago

    If you're talking about the physical size/built of a person. then it shouldn't matter what size you are in a relationship. Unless you need the physique (stature) of your partner, that is, in the presence of a disability.

    If a partner is disabled and needed to be cared for (carried around, or guided around, assisted on a wheel-chair, or bed-riden), then size matters.

    Tall men are often always attracted to short women, and vice versa.

  3. soconfident profile image82
    soconfidentposted 6 years ago

    If you mean what I think you mean then no size does not matter. A friend of mine always brag about her man,but she claim that she doesn't get an orgasim

  4. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 6 years ago

    size in body or "body part" hello?!?!?
    If you're looking to have fun, both may have to matter! "i'm just sayin'!!!!!!!!!  If you are looking to enjoy the company of a fascinating person of substance for the remainder of your life, or for someone that tends to your needs, cares about and for you, Has your best interest at heart, Spoils you, isn't ashamed about being with you, represents and stands up for all that you believe in, puts you first, speaks highly of you, will jump at your defense...just to defend, is always there even if they aren't near, knows how to appreciate you, respects you and is always consistant regardless of who is around or thinks other wise.....then size of any sort really SHOULDN't matter!  Ciao

  5. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    No, the size of a person, either height or weight should not matter as long as both people in the relationship are happy with the way the other person is.  It would be wrong, for example, to begin dating an overweight person, establish a relationship and then try to change them.

    How they treat each other is the most important thing.

  6. jepensedoncjesuis profile image57
    jepensedoncjesuisposted 6 years ago

    I used to think it did. I had a weird complex about men and their height. I felt as if I couldn't stand being with someone shorter than me, seeing as I am tall for a female. I've been in relationships with people who are skinny, average, a little on the fluffy side but they have all been taller than me. That is until recently. The difference is this time I didn't even realize he was shorter than me until after someone pointed it out. Being in a relationship is like putting your heart on your sleeve. How can you judge? If I would've stuck by my "complex" then I wouldn't be with the wonderful man I am with today. What I'm saying is that no, I don't think that the size a person is matters in a relationship. If it did then it wasn't a real relationship in the first place.

  7. Capedium profile image74
    Capediumposted 6 years ago

    Individual difference... I don't like too skinny girl, maybe because am not fat.. I don't like too fat girls too, and that's maybe because, I don't want to feel too small.. I just love my lady's big and beautiful or tall and slander or average.. And I don't like short either... lol!!.. Messing with you guys

  8. moonfairy profile image78
    moonfairyposted 6 years ago

    In my opinion the only size that matters is the size of their heart....

  9. pmarshall1962 profile image60
    pmarshall1962posted 6 years ago

    Yes, it matters.  If the person in question is a diet and fitness nut, then there will be a problem dating an overweight person.  Not because of looks, but because of common interests.  They want a salad and a piece of chicken....I want a pizza with a side of garlic bread.....not going to work for long.  Ok, he has all that energy, gets up at the crack of dawn to jog and stretch and comes home to a rumpled, bleary eyed, just-got-out-of-bed at 10 a.m., eating a donut with chocolate milk kind of girl?   (or visa vera).  See where this is going?  Is is cruel?  No, not all skinny people are health nuts, they just do not gain weight, so then this whole answer is moot.  COMMON far as the tall/short thing....i'm under 5' and never found it to be an issue.....and yes, i'm heavy with a thin guy and i'm the one who jogs and eats salad......sometimes that annoys me.  LOL.

  10. researchpapers profile image56
    researchpapersposted 6 years ago

    First you will have to clear your question that which size you are talking about ? height ? weight ? or size of body parts ? in case in all these three option i don't think that size should matters in any relationship if it is true.


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