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I myself have tried a couple of the available communities, and sadly, the experience was even more underwhelming than the “regular” apps.
Using the tools and options we do have available, everyone has a different strategy.
This whole article is sharing a lot in itself, I certainly wouldn’t shy away from a few questions on a date…even on a “speed” date.
A friend with a different disability however, has even more of a “full disclosure” approach.
“Disability Sensitivity” as the subject is called, is the very awareness we’re working to show you with this column.
Places like museums, treacherous hiking trails, or even walking around a new part of Manhattan can be a little touch-n-go for me, but I’ll play the part.
Conditions with more ominous symptoms can also be tricky around dating.
Other visually impaired individuals I know would rather avoid talking about their disability altogether until they know the person better.
One of them doesn’t appear to be visually impaired and would rather coast for as long as he can, until the young woman asks why he’s holding his phone so close to his face. We all embrace our disability to different extents, and he’s not wrong to hang on to that information until later– that’s just how he lives with his condition. You met someone, and now you’re going out on the town to do some activities, which may involve some creativity…right?
Needless to say that Tinder is not nearly as fun when you have several extra taps before Siri reads the witty two-liner in a potential match’s bio.