Sunday, December 31, 2006


The National Organization of Short Statured Adults would like to wish everyone a very healthy and happy new year!!! We have weathered some difficult storms in 2006, but we have emerged standing taller than ever. We are stronger, wiser, and that much more committed to helping short statured people in any way that we can. I don't believe that there is anything that can stop us now. Thank you to all of our new members who have joined us in 2006! Cheers everyone! And may god bless NOSSA!

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Happy Holidays from NOSSA

Wishing everyone a very safe and happy holiday season and a wonderful new year - From NOSSA - National Organization of Short Statured Adults.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

It's Not Easy

It's not easy being short in a world that favors the tall.

And what makes life even harder for short people is this societal idea that anyone who makes such a statement is suffering from an inferiority complex that they need to just get over. Few people ever question their own beliefs and biases about short people. To do so, might reveal hidden prejudices that they never realized existed.

Saturday, December 02, 2006

NOSSA Comments on Today Show Episode

Well, First off, I am very glad that at least the matter is gaining enough attention that a major network like NBC would even consider airing a short piece on heightism. I thought Chris & Ellen were great! Naturally, their interviews were edited in such a way that important points that were made were not shown. I thought Stephen Hall was a disappointment. He seemed to be downplaying the issue. To imply that short statured men rarely face bias in the dating world is laughable! Lester Holt seemed intent on "blowing the theory of heightism out of the water." Sorry, Lester, but there is more to come......

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