Maybe I'm wrong because I was very young at the time, but I remember back in the 2000's and even in the early 2010's being in the 5'7 to 5'10 range was seen as a quite decent height for a man; I even remember if you were at the upper end of this range some people considered you tall and, no, they didn't say it in a pitiful or sarcastic way, it was a genuine thing, or at least it seemed that way to me. Now we know very well that for many women (and men) any dude below 6'0 is a midget; it doesn’t matter that the average height for a man is 5'9 and with it he is noticeably taller than vast majority of women.
I remember that I had contact with Red-Pill theory at the end of 2019, not so long ago. Back then, The Wall was somewhere in the 30's. A couple of years later the bar went down and she would hit The Wall just as she turned 30. In the last few weeks I’ve noticed it’s starting to be said that they hit The Wall when they turn 25. I've always been a bit amazed by this whole concept because many women in their 30's are still physically desirable and still look young to my eyes.
Saying a 26 year old girl is post-wall sounds me as surreal and absurd as saying a 5'10.5 man is short.
I get the impression that in recent years people have become radicalized on many issues and this is just another proof of that. There are no more nuances, spectrums or intermediate points: it's all or nothing, one side or the other.
If this trend continues, in a few years all men under 6'3 will be considered dwarfs and women will hit The Wall as soon as their teen years are over. We are going to have a lot of men feeling like hobbits when they clearly aren’t and we are going to have a lot of women feeling like grannies when they clearly aren’t.
Maybe it's already happening...
So, what do you think about this?