I'm wondering if men should just suck it up and let the girls have this one? In regards to the sheer amount of physical attributes that girls are assessed on; it seems a little rich that the men of TSR complain about the disdain the average TSR girl has for short men. How can it matter that much?
It's fair because a girl is often worth less as a human being if the following:-
-Excess fat absolutely anywhere on her body (stomach and arms I really hate though).
-Poor dress sense or dressing too trashy. Somewhat trashy I'll accept and even encourage.
-Having large hands and feet (typically true of tall girls). This makes them look so clumsy, masculine and it just looks horrid.
-Lacking size in regards to certain assets such as tits and arse. Carrying fat in these area is precious little redemption.
-A facial structure that is prone to ugly expressions.
-An ungraceful way of moving (this is more of a confidence issue than looks but it really can make the girl look like ****).
-Unhealthy skin; whether this be scarring, a medical condition, rashes, discolouration, looking too pale, cracked, ageing etc.
I think short men on TSR complaining about women wanting 8ft partners are being a little selfish and disrespectful over this. It may feel somewhat emasculating to be disqualified because of your height; but it could be worse. The only reason TSR women don't discriminate you on penis size is because none of them have never seen a penis before most probably. Just deal with it, short stuff.
Your list of inadequacies applies to men too. All a man needs to have is a good job and to not scare children with his face. All of the other requirements come from people's malicious subjective observations about others, and they are obviously fictitious.
Jeez, stop over analysing everything. Men find certain things unattractive about women, and vice versa. It may be unfair for those who have drawn the short straw (pun intended) looks wise, for both genders, but that's life.
Everyone should just suck it up with regards to everyone else's preferences. There's nothing you can do to change them, and we all have them.