Mentioning “No Single Dads” In Your Dating Profile

Mentioning "No Single Dads" In Your Dating Profile

Your dating profile states that you would prefer that single dads swipe left on you, being that you work strange hours and worry that single dads who have their kids on weekends have no time to see someone they are dating regularly.

It’s a true statement on your part.

It’s not that you have anything against single dads.

You have even dated a single dad in the past.

However, you learned a tough life lesson from that experience in just how difficult it is to get to see a single dad as often.

On numerous occasions, a preplanned meeting with him was followed up with having to reschedule, and as a woman with a career and no kids of your own, this left you despondent.

That is why you want single dads to swipe left on your dating profile.

You have already been there and you don’t want to go through that again.

It’s nothing against single dads, but you need to protect yourself.

Lo and behold, since adding that caveat, your dating profile has been reported several times by resentful single dads who are butthurt that you made this stipulation.

Your dating profile has been under review on multiple occasions due to this stipulation and it leaves you frustrated over why some people get so easily offended.

People do get easily offended on dating apps.

Whatever insecurities they have in life are pronounced when they are online.

An online platform gives them an avenue to express internal sentiments with fervor.

Unfortunately, your dating profile has become the latest target of their ire, but what they think or how they feel is irrelevant.

You have a criteria for what you are looking for in a partner and a single dad isn’t one of them.

That is why you signed up on a dating app to begin with.

You had distinct qualities you were looking for in a partner and believed that a dating app provided an avenue to meeting a person who met them.

When single dads pile on you like this in reporting your dating profile, they are projecting their insecurities on you and are hoping to guilt-trip you and that is unfair.

You have a right to want what you want and should never feel guilty for it, as long as you are meeting what it is you require in a partner.

In the political climate we are living in, everybody is given a platform to take offence about anything that reflects on an insecurity they have.

This goes beyond dating apps.

We see it in media, the corporate world, sports, schools, etc.

We live in a world where everyone is told that they are entitled to their safe space because of what someone else said about an insecurity they have.

From those who have an insecurity about their weight to their hair, everyone has been given the license to be offended and shout it from the rooftops.

It is getting that ridiculous.

Don’t let the moaning single dads detract you from what you want from the dating app.

If it gets to be too much of a hassle, try another dating app.

There are many to choose from.