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They expected me to bring home the aesthetic equivalent of Christopher Hemsworth, I guess. I would be lying if I said that it didn't bother me — that it didn't make me wonder whether I'd done something wrong, or chosen a partner prematurely.

To them, it didn't matter that he was intelligent or loving or good; it just mattered that I would be the one carrying my boyfriend over the threshold someday. Logic and love prevailed over sizeism and antiquated gender roles! To see a larger woman with a smaller (be it shorter or skinnier) man just isn't the norm (unless the woman is a tall and statuesque model — then it's OK).

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I didn't date for a long time — far longer than [I think] is considered usual or acceptable amongst teenagers and twentysomethings. I guess it would've been nice to have company at all those miserable, Katy-Perry-fueled homecoming dances or yes, the prom.

And with that, going for a guy who is tall and buff but not actually a nice person is even more ridiculous. Check out the video below, and be sure to subscribe to Bustle’s You Tube page for more self love inspo!

I’ve never been one to demand that any man I meet have a big penis, because until you’ve been with someone who has a small one, it never really crosses your mind.

In contrast, the trophy for residents with the smallest average penises goes to North Korea, with 3.8 inches.

Although no other guy has said it since, because I just can’t do that with anyone else.It was more that I was taught that a woman (especially a fuller-figured and tall woman) must only date a man who was even more fuller-figured and taller than she was.You know, so he could "slim" her down, and make her seem more "womanly" or "dainty" or whatever. The majority of my family — both of my parents and EVERYONE else — firmly believe(d) that the woman of a heterosexual relationship was meant to be the slimmer one of the party of two. And as a result, I spent most of high school and early college either refusing to date (and passing up perfectly lovely guys because they were thinner or shorter than me).I started to see our size difference as funny and cute. So in the course of these three years, here are some things I've heard and been asked.These days, I love being the big spoon in the relationship and feeling like I am Paddy's teddy bear. This one tends to come from women who are actually quite strong, feminist role models and personal inspirations of my own.

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