I think it holds up well and is highly relevant in today's world.]Not of all of these reasons apply to everyone.
Some men are dating for sex, others are dating for marriage and sex, for example. Men, especially men with game, have a choice in women. Unless you’re a pedophile, it is extremely unlikely that a woman with a child has anything to offer that’s of benefit to you that a woman without a child lacks.
An unmarried mother should put her child(ren) first.
The child is already dealing with not having a mother and father married to each other and living together, and needs parental attention.
You read books on how to give birth and how to breastfeed, but learning how to date when you have a child seems much more complicated.
When my ex-husband and I separated, I thought I’d be single for the rest of my life.
Perhaps you’ve got a demanding job/yoga schedule/pet and maybe your childfree adventures allow you to keep busy—you’re golden.This was written almost four years ago, but is getting traction now, because, well, bashing single moms never has an expiration date, and Valentine’s Day is coming up, so why not pass this around to subtly tell that lady with kids and no man on your Facebook that she never will get one. You prefer someone who does not have children because you don’t have children. Someone with kids is in a total different place in life than you are, definitely can’t fault you for that. We’re bottom of the barrel because he obviously has been massively hurt by a woman with children that aren’t biologically his. Who died and made him the expert on who deserves a relationship and who doesn’t?With that being said, let’s discuss his absolute asinine reasons for not dating single moms. I’ve seen plenty of men share this blog post, saying “wow, so true! Because children with both parents are all angels, correct? If she’s going to squeeze into something she can’t fit, she would do that whether she had children or not. I will wear whatever my Spanx will allow me sir, and you will deal.A look at the world from a sometimes sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek, decidedly American male perspective.