We all know single parents, both moms and dads, are discriminated against when it comes to the dating scene. Many of us single people will run into someone, have a connection, and chemistry, but once we hear the word 'kids', we run. But who gets shot down more?
Let's say there's a man and a woman, both are single parents, both have the same level of education, and say one kid each. Which of the two would have a more difficult time finding a quality partner?
- Single Mom69%(20)58%(35)Vote48%(15)
- Single Dad3%(1)15%(9)Vote26%(8)
- They Have An Equally Difficult Time28%(8)27%(16)Vote26%(8)
Most Helpful Guy
Single mothers are viewed as damaged goods. Single fathers should be as well.
I've had women friends who dated single fathers and they experienced many of the same issues that I faced dating single mothers. in my opinion, single parents should only date other single parents. They have common ground and I think understand each other far better than single woman or man dating a single parent. I will beat my meat until Hell freezes over before I'd ever get involved with a single mother again, friends with benefits, perhaps. Fuck buddy, perhaps. Date and get serious and deal with her kids and ex's nooooo !!!4
Most Helpful Girl
Single moms. Men are generally against raising kids that aren't theirs. Its like a bruise to their ego or something lol.
Single dads, well, I know a few and women aren't as repulsed by the idea as men are of raising offspring that isn't their own.
I've dated a single dad. And it's not ideal, but only because of babymama drama.0
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