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” That question of disclosure is incredibly controversial in the blind community.
Telling a potential date too early risks scaring them away before they understand the nuances of the disability. “Should we be telling guys flat-out that we are blind in our profiles? “My stance is no, because then a lot of them scroll by immediately, thinking that I’m going to be a ‘burden.’ I like to let them get to know me a little first, but tell them before we go on our first date.” Jolliff says she usually looks for an opening — for example, if someone mentions something about driving — and peppers it with humor.
Tinder’s vice president of global communications branding, Rosette Pambakian, declined to comment for this article, saying she didn’t think it “makes sense” to include Tinder in a story about visually impaired daters.
Rumors circulated in 2015 that Tinder may incorporate video features in people’s profiles, which could help blind daters, but the idea hasn’t come to life yet.
“When you’re at a bar, as a blind woman, you’re not making the eye contact and catching the guy across the room,” Jolliff says. Both Tinder and Coffee Meets Bagel, two popular dating apps, have done little to accommodate the blind or visually impaired community.
To be honest, I probably wouldn't, and i disdain myself for saying this, but it would be too restrictive, and I'd want my love to at least be able to look into my eyes. But I am she should would have no problem finding somebody, hopefully someone who liked her for who she was as a person.
While I would prefer a woman who is not blind, I would still be able to date a blind woman.
” Finding someone online has never been more popular.
Last year, Pew Research Center reported that 15 percent of American adults have used online dating sites or mobile apps.
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