Shoes that make men taller have been around for a long time. High heels were originally for men. I have heard that height makes a difference to a man's chances of finding a job (a subconsious thing on the part of employers I suppose, culturally we have an idea that "big equals good/important"). It doesn't bother me seeing a man with a taller woman because it's none of my business. My husband is taller than me, as just about all men are because I'm not a tall woman. If I'd met a man I really liked who was shorter I like do think I wouldn't have ruled him out on height. It's convenient having a man who is only a bit taller than me though so we can reach each other to kiss without either of us having to bend much.
Platform shoes for men have been around for decades'. In Hollywood, a really tall actor had to walk along a dug trench, to bring him closer to height of his leading lady. And, of course, vv applied if lady taller than man. There were lots of male film stars' ranging in height from 5'6" to 5'9", not ALL were 6'4" & above.
I'm not a fan of short men; any I've met definitely have 'small man syndrome', prefer 6'2" & above!
My son's 6'4" & daughter's 5'10". That's tall enough for a girl. Any taller & they look 'gangly' & usually end up stoop-shouldered, more's the pity.