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Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. the deaf four friends sat in a restuarant and used sign language of course..
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... man on next table stared stared and stared at them.. they discussed about something to make him feel stupid.. the man was shocked and wondered so he got up and walked to the phone ..
Some of these folks (all ages), grind away like the rest of us and lessons are learned by not only hearing these communications but listening to them. If I'm attracted to him and we are both interested in same hobbies, church, interests I don't care what people think. I've often thought about taking a Sign Language course just for my own benefit...really it's just another language. I'm don't think to myself, I want to date deaf people, but I would not pass up a deaf person because they were deaf. it is my first experience and 171 people signed up .. it seems like i m still the only deaf person there. i love being around hearing people and challenge them to face me.. We need more people like yourself..EDUCATE others and be less fearful of someone just because of a "disability." In quotes because I actually despise the word..I was Program Manager working with "disabled" people, I always used the term "barriers"...because we can always get past barriers, and we are able!
When I try to think about what intimacy really means. I will say that when I was working a job a few years ago, I worked with a few deaf people. it is very important to show people we can do anything except hear .., one time i went to church dance and there was a really hot looking guy that came to me and saying do you want to dance?
The example that comes to mind is a student I had in my science class who was profoundly deaf. I started learning sign language because I had the opportunity. I dated a guy that was legally blind and absolutely loved him to pieces.
Once a person knows sign, I consider not signing while speaking around a deaf person to be rather rude. There can be some awkwardness in new social situations, hearing or not, but I would want to be a part of her group of friends and have her a part of mine. When I was a kid, there was a deaf girl who lived near us and we became quite good friends, had a blast together and seemed to have no probs communicating that I can recall. Again, I don't actively seek out deaf persons, but if I became friends with someone I wouldn't avoid it. wow i read all messages and they were very interesting and they have their own opinions bout this .. i grew up accepting people so easy when they are around me.. i thank my mom for teaching me to be true to myself and stand up what i believe.. i hate that term now because i know i can do anything except hear.. Too funny...those two things actually make it HARDER to understand someone!
Hopefully they would end up overlapping to some degree. I am not hearing impaired but have experience with lots of people ( and animals ) dealing with disservice down this avenue daily. Unfortunately, we moved to the other side of the city & I never saw her again.... It's been a while since I've used it but I still remember som eand it would not be hard to pick back up where I left off. thanks for sharing no matter if they are negative.. they sometimes think i am a retarted or somthing like that. tonight i am hosting a POF party in austin on 6th st.. LOL ;)So you sound AWESOME to take on a party planner position..attitude ROCKS and I cannot wait to hear how it went!!!
In order for her to learn anything in my class, we had to connect eye to eye so she could read my lips. if the right woman came along, deafness would not be an issue.sure, why not? I wouldn't intentionally hunt for a deaf date but if I met a lady who happened to be deaf, I wouldn't say I can't ask her out, she's deaf. I miss working with them but I still remember what they passed on to me. I've been to a bar and been the only person who would "dance" with the guy in the wheelchair.