Short men are better lovers than tall men, says scientific research

Height-challenged men were revealed in a new study from The Journal of Sexual Medicine to be more sexually complaint to what women want in the bedroom.

The study of 531 heterosexual men showed that men who were under 175cm tall, which is just under 5'9'', had higher 'coital frequency'. This means, they have more frequent sex and that’s because they know how to do ‘it’ better than their tall male counterparts.

Pint-size men may be at first unattractive to women, but this study reveals that they are “keepers” and best for long term romances as well.


A study from New York University confirmed these finding by stating that not only do fun-sized men have more sex, they are also 32 percent less likely to divorce their partners.

For the study, “two New York University sociologists examined data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics—which has been collecting info on 5,000 families for almost 50 years—to determine how a man's height impacts his relationships.

They found that shorter men (about 5'7" or shorter) were less likely to marry than their more vertical counterparts, but they were 32 percent less likely to divorce. Why? Researchers aren't exactly sure, but they believe that short men may just make better mates.”

Short men can now sit back and enjoy the adulation that women give them, adulation which is not short on evidence of their sexual prowess (no pun intended).