Short Man Humiliated by Height Supremacists Online

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Denver, CO – Dating can be difficult these days. It’s hard to meet people when you spend most of your time at work, on the way to or from work, or sleeping because you’re so tired from work. A lot of people turn to online dating to try to make things easier, but online dating also has its difficulties.

The thing about online dating is that it’s hard to really know what a person looks like until you meet them. People lie about their age, their hair, their eyes, their height; anything they can lie about, they will. Stefan Brewster, an inventor in the Mile High City, told us about how this got him into trouble recently.

“I’m always working on a new invention,” the Pittsburgh native told us. “Because of this, it’s been difficult for me to find a companion. I lock myself up in my house and don’t get out much.” Brewster, a man on the shorter side of his age, made sure to use pictures online that don’t show potential interests just how short he is. “I didn’t upload any pictures of me with other people or next to anything else that would show people how short I am,” the inventor mentioned. “Once I show up to these dates and the women realize how short I am, they just leave. Not only that, but they notify everyone else on the dating communities to not date me.”

It’s a well known fact that most women want a man who is taller than they are. Because of this, Brewster has had trouble, but has found new hope on the website shortmentallwomen.com