4 DILF Types and How to Date Them

Curious about DILFs and looking for some DILF dating tips?

There was a time in the not so long ago past, where being a single dad was something of a novelty. These days, more and more single men on the dating scene happen to have kids. And the hottest of them are sometimes considered DILFs.

What is a DILF?

DILF stands for Dad I’d Like to Fuck.

There are lots of different types of DILFs you’ll meet. Here are a few of my personal favorites.

The Soccer DILF

You can find this DILF on the fields, supervising and sometimes being in charge. The soccer DILF knows a thing or two about balls and penalties and being in charge.

I love the look of a hot guy in short shorts on a field. And there’s nothing cooler than sex with an athlete who really knows how to score.

The Executive DILF

There’s nothing better than a hot guy who’s running things. The business DILF takes charge in the boardroom, and also in the bedroom. He’s a total Dom and want to use kinky toys with all his dates.

When I’m DILF dating or out looking for hookup sex, the business DILF is definitely on my list.

The Nerd DILF

I find a lot of techy DILFs on the dating scene. These smarties often transfer their intellectual prowess from work to the bedroom. They make it their goal to get you off.

This DILF knows your passwords (if he wants) and can probe his way into all your secret places. For kinky anonymous sex, the nerd is my go-to DILF.

The DILF Next Door

You’ve seen this DILF outside, washing his car or moving his lawn. And all you can think about now is him giving you a little trim.

The DILF next door is calm cool and collected. He’s a passionate lover and wants you to enjoy yourself as much as he does. He may even be married and looking for some action on the down low.

The Gay DILF

How does a gay man become a DILF? Usually it’s the a result of a late coming-out, a remnant of a past straight marriage. Culture has changed (for the better), and as a result there are more gay dads than ever.

Gay or straight, dating a DILF has important challenges and considerations.

Read: Dating Gay Men with Kids

DILF Dating Tips

While it might be a bit overwhelming to be dating a DILF, it can also be especially rewarding, so don’t dismiss an otherwise promising prospect out of hand. There are some things you should know going in though.

The children should come first.

While it’s all fine and good to expect to come first in your partner’s life when they are childless, once one becomes a parent it is right and correct to put the kids first.

You need to understand and accept this while DILF dating. It might mean dates broken because of a babysitter cancellation or illness, and it will almost certainly mean less time and energy for things outside of their family life.

While love is not a zero sum game, it’s unreasonable to expect that your wishes will come before a DILF’s responsibilities.

Respect your DILF’s boundaries.

Most DILFs will wait until they are ready to introduce you to the kids. Don’t push. Some dads might not want their kids to get the impression that there’s a revolving door of new partners coming in and out of their lives.

DILFs might also be uncomfortable with displays of affection in front of the kids. Try to be understanding, within reason.

More likely than not, there’s going to be an ex.

Excluding those who are widowed, there’s going to be an ex. And as there are offspring involved, the ex is likely going to be a part of your lives.

While sometimes this isn’t a bad thing, it certainly can make things a bit more complicated. You need to have patience with their ex and understand that regardless of how annoying, bitchy, and/or uncomfortable that person might be, they are bound to your partner through their joint parentage.

Try not to be an evil stepmother.

Dating a DILF and stepping into the role of a step-parent isn’t easy. It can be difficult to assert authority.

If you overstep, it’s very hard to recover with the little ones. Better you should try to bond with them instead, from talking Star Wars to baking cakes, being fun and engaging and interacting with them at their own level will score you points with the kids as well as with dad.

Would you date a DILF?

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