He and Michelle Pfeiffer appeared in Married to the Mob (1988).
Players can read or view descriptions of rooms, objects, other players, non-player characters, and actions performed in the virtual world.
Players typically interact with each other and the world by typing commands that resemble a natural language.
This finding supports all those tabloid-esque articles in women’s magazines which suggest that women love the bad boys, and that may be part of the problem: Women just don’t believe short men can be bad boys.
He's muscular, strong, was a wrestler in high school, and he's very manly, mature, and stable.
That same man who is "big enough to protect you" is the same man that is "big enough to overpower and harm you".
Hollywood does the rest, all heroes who do miracles are usually tall.Perceptions of infidelity risk predict women’s preferences for low male voice pitch in short-term over long-term relationship contexts.For me a romantic relationship is useful: keeps me from being lonely, he can protect me from things like bears and creepos, sexual satisfaction, and we can depend on each other for emotional and financial support.I wonder if passing on short men as potential romantic partners—really, if sexual attraction overall—borders on a moral issue.Who would protect me from big scary men hiding in the alleys?(And don't get me started on the deep voice argument.) Most importantly, what is completely illogical about the stigma of short men is how the physical size of a man has so little to do with who he is on the inside, and it’s precisely internal—aka personality—characteristics that matter in terms of how good a partner or husband a man can be.