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Selectivity helps, said Alex Rosen, managing director at IDG Ventures, which invested in the League, a dating service from San Francisco that verifies that its users, primarily professionals, are who they say they are.“Instead of someone having 50 matches, they have five, and they’ll likely end up dating one of those five seriously.Some of these parents are newly single, still in tender shock over the breakup of their marriages or relationships.Others can’t fathom mixing dating with raising kids, so they put the thought indefinitely on the back burner.
I could tell they really put a lot of energy into finding women I would like--it's a very personalized service.
“Before I had my son I liked dating, but now it’s hard work,” says San Francisco single mom Eleanor Scott, who has a 5-year-old son. Census report, there are close to 200,000 single parents in the Bay Area.