I have really fallen out of the dating scene as far as anyone with eyeballs goes because guy either end up treating like some delicate flower, another notch in their belt or, like there terrified I'm gonna fall down and have a seizure at any second. I can tell they have questions people always have questions meeting me but when I'm on a date the last thing I want do sit talk about my disability.
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I'm one of the guys that would treat you like some delicate flower. Yes, I know it might be annoying at times. But when a boy truly cares about a girl, he might become over-protective. You can't change that; just like everyone has to accept their partner's weaknesses, you have to accept that, too. That doesn't mean the person doesn't find you normal; it means he aknowledges your difficulties and wants to make sure you are alright. I think it's far better than someone who might take advantage of it. True love always entails overprotective instincts.
This is where conversation comes in. If a nice guy starts asking about your disability during a date, you could politely tell him that you'd rather spend time with him and leave this for another time. If he is becoming overprotective, you could aknowledge his interest in a sweet way and reassure him that things aren't that bad. I assure you he will calm down! You can't expect from someone who loves you not to worry, though.
As for the title question...I personally would date a blind girl. If chemistry is there and we can be happy together, I can't see any reason not to. Don't be scared of silly stereotypes, because they don't exist in the hearts of people who can love truly!