I'm 5ft8, and I often swipe left (which means no) on men under 6ft. Amber Fahrner, 6ft, says height is at the top of her list when it comes to swiping.
"I enjoy wearing boots with a heel and heels itself so I would be lying to myself if I said I was OK with someone being shorter than me," says Fahrner.
Stephen, 5ft10, says women would ask him his height straight after matching, and when he told them, they would immediately unmatch.
He said this made him feel "ruled out, disbarred and dismissed" over an attribute he had no influence over.
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"If his height wasn't written in his bio, I'd still eyeball it based on his pictures and generally only swiped right on guys that looked taller than me." Emma Lumley, 5ft7, says she only swipes right on men over 6ft1.
"I tend to look at the group photos and see if they’re the 'small' friend," says Lumley.
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She lists her height in her dating bio, and has been told by some men that she's too tall for them. "I'd rather them let me know, as it saves us both time." Jordan Maahs, 6ft, says she had "some trouble with the height thing" when she was using dating apps.