My hat is off to you bro and I wish you the best, you're a better person than me.I attended a meeting just the other week about first impressions of the blind.To specifically answer your question, let the ladies know that you have a great sense of humor about being a literal "blind" date. Make it a learning experience for her: there are theaters that cater to the blind, so you could both enjoy a dinner and some form of entertainment.I would be interested in how a blind person can enjoy a movie or play without actually seeing it.Its a place that I'm sure many have never been, so you could offer your personal experience and insight. if you want profile review, take this to PROFILE REVIEW.
Because: a large part of what DOES put people off from dealing with a handicapped person, is the fear that they WILL have to change their lives, and give that person lots of extra breaks and leeway that they would NOT have to deal with in a non-handicapped person.Seriously though, I think it's going to be difficult to find people to date for the reason stated in message 2.However, I think you would be the ultimate guy for a women to date just because you're going to see her soul and nothing else.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... I have known some blind persons, and we had no problems, in a couple of instances, we liked each other very much, even; but that was when meeting in person, with it being obvious from the outset. Editing: Whoever helped you post your profile did a great job.
By injecting some humor into it, you can try to get people to see it as an inconvenience for you rather than a handicap that might impose upon them.