My name is Aziah Douglas. I am a six-footer (: and I absolutely love being above average.

I am currently a studying Broadcast Journalism at San Jose State University & I hope to graduate in the Spring of 2012. This blog was originally an assignment for a class I took my junior year. Since then I’ve fallen in love. &&& I just ♥ writing about tall women.



9 thoughts on “About

  1. gma says:

    I love this site. I think tall girls have it going on. There height demand attention. Dress for that success! You will always be on display. Make the most of it!

  2. karen says:

    this is the best tall blog ive seen. we have to do some stuff together. check out our site. we have the best shoes in the world for tall women.. size 10-15. we would love to send you a pair in your size.. pick out a pair you love and let me know

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  3. Gem says:

    I hope you find a good tall man who loves you and your height! It’s hard to find! Your blog is great (like you have stolen thoughts from my head).

  4. Bianca says:

    Hi! I’m so glad I found your blog. I am 24, 6ft2 (184cm). Luckily I am slender nowadays, but I used to be very overweight and bore distinct Miranda properties :0 Being tall is definitely a blessing if you’re well turned out as well… but can easily turn into a curse if you let yourself go. At least that was my experience. I guess the conspicuousness factor is the hardest thing about being a tall woman. Some days when I catch people ogling me in apparent fascination (lol) I just wish I could fly under the radar like other people, if only for a few hours! Especially on a bad hair day, haha… And standing in a crowd is another thing I find challenging – especially if I’m at the front of a crowded room. I find I’m a natural ‘focal point’ for other peoples’ gazes, not necessarily intentionally, but rather because I stand out – literally.

    Anyway, it’s great that you put a positive spin on height in your blog. I’ve only read a couple of posts so far, but I look forward to perusing further!

    Take care


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