heightism

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heightism

(ˈhaɪtɪzəm)
n
discrimination based on a person's height

height•ism

(ˈhaɪ tɪz əm)
n.
discrimination or prejudice based on a person's stature, esp. discrimination against short people.
[1970–75]
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Zubiri said height discrimination unnecessarily limits quality choice and promotes social injustice.
Perhaps instead of-or alongside-trying to make our children grow taller, we should be working to end height discrimination.
I am writing in response to the letters about height discrimination in the dance world (Sept.).