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I have tons of my friends who wear contacts or glasses (I'm a die hard glasses snob by the way) and it's common for me to joke with my friends about how blind I am.
I have 20/70 vision which is best explained by saying that I'm in that category where I'm not legally blind (20/200) but yet nowhere near perfect (20/20) vision.
My close friends now just laugh with me (which is totally okay and welcome).
It can be something as simple as a friend offhandedly saying to me, "Look at this!
They’ll be a lot happier if you ask them to, say, just read all the pasta or burgers.
That, or use your speech software to look up the menu online ahead of time. We’ve talked about experiencing other things on dates, like going to concerts, and I think we’ll be doing that together soon.
I thought about what the challenges were with both, and in the end I realized that being blind and dating someone who is blind is honestly not as hard as it sounds.
The site would need to be mainly text only - with pictures kept to a minimum.
Profile pictures could still be posted so that a sighted person could describe how a person looked to someone with a vision impairment. Reference Title: "Dating Sites for the Blind", Source: Dating Sites for the Blind.
" at something far out of my visual range and my response being all like, "What? " I'm not putting myself down when I say things like that, rather I'm accepting and embracing something that makes me who I am.
Going off of the last point, whether I'm joking (which I mostly am) when I say I can't see something or am 100 percent serious saying it chances are that I'm telling the truth.