Lauren Corbett dated single dads well before it was cool — she even married one.
However, she isn’t the only one ogling hunky “stroller candy.” According to relationship experts, “Hot Dad Summer” is here — and they’re making the bachelorettes on the block sweat.
“Dads are so attractive to young, single women because, at the end of the day, most women want a man who holds all of the characteristics of a good father anyway, so getting to see him in action is like having a cheat sheet into that side of him,” the 31-year-old, who works in STEM, told The Post.
In fact, these guys “tend to be kinder” and “more disciplined,” she added.
Meanwhile, a new survey reveals that 60% of women are open to dating single dads, signaling that this Father’s Day just might last all summer long. According to Dating.com, 62% of respondents admit they prefer dating single parents because they have a “stronger commitment to family, friends and loved ones.”
“More women are less willing to put up with indecisiveness, uncertainty and immaturity,” she continued. “They’re increasingly interested in stability, and in the heightened levels of maturity and responsibility that naturally come with many single fathers and parents.”
Kasey Moore, 31, met her beau, Ryan, 32, in 2021. At the time, he was a single father and Moore, childless, had just reentered the dating field after a two-year hiatus.
Instead of being deterred by him having a child, she actually felt more attracted to him.
“Learning about his role as a dad, particularly being the primary caregiver, piqued my curiosity,” Moore, who resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia, told The Post.
“It inspired me to forge a deeper connection with him because I was interested in hearing his story. Turns out he’s an incredible father and partner.”
In fact, witnessing Ryan as a caring father healed her inner child, she admitted.
“His role as a single father has brought a unique dimension to our dynamic, creating a bond and depth that I never anticipated,” Moore said.
“His commitment to being a responsible and nurturing parent has also translated into his role as a partner, as he brings that same level of care and consideration to our relationship.”