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07-Oct-2020 14:08

Whether I would date them or not would depend on how self-reliant and non-pitying they are.

The blind BF I had never made "an issue" of his blindness or used it as an excuse for not doing something he was supposed to do, and he never pitied himself.

Many years ago, when I was in my 20s, I dated a blind girl for four years.

Yes, I would definitely date someone who is visually impaired.

She is active in every way that a seeing person is - except driving of course. Initially there were some challenges with communication, it was a learning curve for both of us.

Sometimes out in public I was reminded he was deaf - there is nothing similar to the white cane to let people know that the person blocking the aisle in the grocery store can't hear you say 'Excuse me.'.

He saw his blindness as a small annoyance, and after being around him for a short while, I would completely forget that he was visually impaired. My best friend is blind, and thru her i have met many other blind friends.

One of his favorite quotes was, "Most of the things that are worth seeing in this world, you don't need eyes to see." On the flipside, I have a male friend who lost his dominant arm in a motorcycle accident. We are all different, sometimes our differences are just easier to notice. I have food allergies, I have had guys dump me cause i can't eat bread or pasta...makes the same amount of sense as me refusing to date a guy cause he can't see me!

Yes, I would definitely date someone who is visually impaired.She is active in every way that a seeing person is - except driving of course. Initially there were some challenges with communication, it was a learning curve for both of us.Sometimes out in public I was reminded he was deaf - there is nothing similar to the white cane to let people know that the person blocking the aisle in the grocery store can't hear you say 'Excuse me.'.He saw his blindness as a small annoyance, and after being around him for a short while, I would completely forget that he was visually impaired. My best friend is blind, and thru her i have met many other blind friends.One of his favorite quotes was, "Most of the things that are worth seeing in this world, you don't need eyes to see." On the flipside, I have a male friend who lost his dominant arm in a motorcycle accident. We are all different, sometimes our differences are just easier to notice. I have food allergies, I have had guys dump me cause i can't eat bread or pasta...makes the same amount of sense as me refusing to date a guy cause he can't see me!A resounding YES here ~ my boyfriend is blind in his right eye. But we do joke about it all the time, and he certainly has no self~pity over it ~ a little frustrating for him at times as far as peripheal vision and depth perception (mostly when driving), and the inability to experience 3D.