- One woman who is six inches taller than her 5ft 1in husband has told how she has no issues with her shorter partner - except the weird comments from strangers
- While they lead a happy life, trolls have been mocking them, and strangers often mistake them for mother and son
- According to the couple, men even offer to marry the woman claiming they would give her a better life and satisfy her better
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A couple who is happily married has revealed they are fed up with nasty comments from trolls who mistake the couple to be mother and daughter due to their height difference.
Thirty-year-old Jesika from Arizona stands at 5ft 7inches, and her taller stance has often seen her grab things off the shelves for her 31-year-old husband, Hunter, who is 5ft 1inch.
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Couple fell in love at first sight
Daily Mail reported the couple met back in 2020 and married two years later.
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Despite being 'a little shocked' at their height difference at first, Jesika fell head over heels for her future hubby within just a few days of meeting him.
'I've had friends and other people ask me why I'm with someone so much shorter than me, We've gotten comments asking if he is my son or if I need a real man," Jesika said.
'The first time meeting Hunter was a little bit of a shock, but I knew he was much shorter, and I obviously didn't mind," added the 30-year-old.
Not only does she tower above him, but she's also the 'big spoon' in bed and happily jokes about having to 'move the car seat back' after Hunter, who is a personal trainer drives the car.
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Couple is frequently mocked
Despite their happy relationship, the couple is frequently mocked, with people constantly commenting on their height difference, both online and offline.
'If you make jokes about someone's weight, it is terrible and of, course it is. But everyone feels like it's OK to make fun of, height like it's no big deal. I've lived like this for my entire life," Hunter said.
"All of the people I've dated before have been much taller than me, so it's never bothered me. I've just always been more concerned about how the other person feels about it," he added.
Aside from cruel vibes, people often make assumptions about the couple's romantic life too. But Jesika says height makes no difference in the bedroom, and she is having the "best intercourse ever".
"Aren't we, all the same, lying down? In fact, some positions are a lot easier with Hunter being short. Honestly, it is probably the best intercourse I've ever had," she added.
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Men hit on Jessica
And Jesika said that people online often use her and Hunter's large height difference to try to make a move on her.
Although Hunter is happy in his relationship and would not change a thing, he noted that the nasty comments do tend to get to him.
The pair got married in February 2022 and are now loving life as man and wife, sharing their journey on TikTok, where they have over 58,000 followers.
They hope that sharing their life together will help tackle the stigma attached to mixed-height relationships.
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