Good Morning Britain viewers slam ‘trash’ debate about dating small men inspired by Love Island’s Nas Majeed

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Good Morning Britain viewers have been left stunned at a ‘debate’ on the show about whether or not women should date small men.

In a debate which was said to be inspired by Love Island’s Nas Majeed, radio DJ Zeze Millz and reality TV star Ashley James appeared on the show to discuss the subject – and people weren’t impressed.

With Zeze claiming that being in a relationship with a taller man makes her feel ‘protected’, Ashley pointed out that ‘there are no Saber-toothed tigers anymore’.

Zeze went on to say: ‘When you walk down the road with a taller man, other men respect them more.’

The Made In Chelsea star explained that the dicussion ‘goes back to traditional ideas of femininity,’ with women not feeling like they want to be bigger than their partner.

She added: ‘I was single for six years and in that time it’s so hard to find someone you’re compatible with…the more pointless flags you put up, the less likely you are [to find someone].’

Ben wasn’t impressed (Picture: ITV)

However, Zeze couldn’t be converted as she admitted that, while she has been attracted to shorter men, ‘it’s always better with a six foot guy.’

Viewers weren’t too impressed with the segment, with many pointing out that men can’t control their height.

‘Your clearly offering prejudice against short men, poking fun, shameful behaviour [sic],’ one wrote.

Another added: ‘Wow if this discussion was about women there would be outcry!’

However, others happily shared their stories of dating smaller men, with one viewer writing: ‘My fiancé and I have been together for 13 years and have never been happier. I’m 6ft and he’s 5ft 5.’

‘I don’t see what’s wrong with a short guy and anyway what does it matter as long as he’s a nice guy and has a great personality #GMB,’ another asked. has contacted Good Morning Britain for comment.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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