This all depends on the man and where he is at in life. I'm guessing a 20-year old would view a woman with kids differently than a 30-year old would. As you get older, the likelihood of finding a man or a woman without children becomes smaller. In fact, I have one friend who is suspicious of a man in his 30's without children. How's that for odd?
Younger men don't want the responsibilities that come along with children, especially ones that aren't theirs. They are (allegedly) doing everything they can to avoid children until they want them so having to deal with a woman who has children from another guy just isn't going to happen. Plus, it reduces how much debauchery and tomfoolery you can partake in because you have to consider the kid in plans. Ees no bueno.
However, take somebody like myself. I have a child. How insane would it be for me to suggest that I couldn't date a woman with a child? But once again, I'm also at a place in my life where my view of what's fun in life is a little bit different. It doesn't start with Cancun and end with the sound of a 100 different bras hitting the floor with the power of 27 feathers.
So once again, it depends on the guy. Young men view women without children as unattached women who haven't met the reigns of responsibility yet and could be up for fun of any variety. Women with children seem like women saddled with responsibilities and limits. It's jacked up but there is some truth. However, an older guy views women without children as possible child bearers that might still be up for jello shots off her boobs, but also views women with children as possible child bearers who might allow for jello shots off her boobs.
Age is not just a number.
It was written.