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Both behaviors are tacky and unnecessary in most situations. Not my personal set of beliefs so I don't quite "get" it.) And it doesn't apply to divorce anyway, unless the ex-wife has also died. I realize that it's probably not reasonable to compare dating a widow (a nice normal one like me) with dating a widower, but I think widowed people generally are treasures in the dating world.
Both widowed and divorced men should be able to talk about people in their past without cartoonish characterizations. Okay that is pretty weird, but isn't it a question of theology, like, are you healed when you get to heaven? (I only managed to find one widower when I was dating.
If you leave up his pictures, more than likely, he does too. Keep in mind that widowers are human too and although he may not be THAT guy, at least you gave it a chance. But heck, I was upset when I was dating non-widowers, like the one who used me like a rubber band to the point where he introduced me to his married client who I befriended, only to find out he was having an affair with her (and the list goes on).
"Dating a widow" is probably an even more popular Google term than "widower," but leads you only to spam, irrelevant or disreputable dating sites, and p0rn ... While there is some discussion of dating widowed women, most of it is pretty low quality and it doesn't seem to have any traction.
Nor does it seem to generate this much controversy, even though widowed women talk about dating a lot.
some of the ways that widowers behave badly in the dating market. Sometimes this means there are no pictures of the kids, either, or that the divorce lives in hotel-room-like impersonal environment. It is hard to avoid, but "constantly" would piss anybody off. not to mention tourists: the Taj Mahal was built to remember the Shah's late wife.
Having some amount of old photos on display is a good idea if he and the late wife had kids. Frequently divorced men share with their dates their feelings that their ex-wife was a skank, dumbass, or spendthrift. (History does not record for us how that affected his next relationship or the other concubines, concurrent or subsequent.) Isn't it possible he would do something like this for you, too? I have to admit my "baggage comparison" isn't really as decisive as I might have wished.
(A LOT lot.) It still seems like an insult to my friends who are widowed men (who are frequently outraged by these blogs) to admit that there is something there... Perhaps men are more frequently bad daters, overall? There is certainly scads and scads of material about dating divorced men...