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In a statement, the development team behind the app said: "We were inspired by RLSB [social media marketer] Kevin Satizabal who is blind and talked to us about his dating experiences - he said you fall in love with the voice first.

There’s so much richness and intonation within a voice that gives clues to a person’s personality.

I'm not going to give you the number one advantage for dating sighted and blind persons, at least not until you hear me out.

Other times, I thought it would be easier to date a sighted person, someone who could alleviate some of the challenges that go along with blindness.

The other ideas comprised a community site to help disabled people share experiences of job-hunting, an app that lets a user retrace the steps of another and an app that allows blind people navigate to a destination safely.

The RLSB will put the ideas before a panel of young people and explore the possibility of developing them commercially.

And don't cheat by fast forwarding your tape player to the next beep tone and then rewinding a few seconds, for I have some important things to say here. As students, many of you have dated, are dating, or at least would like to date.

Sue Sharp, director of services at RLSB, told Marketing that while online dating had become increasingly popular, the focus on visuals left visually impaired people behind.

An interesting discussion is going on over on Reddit, sparked by user Fearful Jesuit_ who asked blind people to explain what sexual attraction is like for them.

This blog is my attempt to follow him on his journey to the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Sometimes people are surprised when I tell them that, too.

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