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There you’ll find people who understand what it is to be deaf (many have relatives who are deaf) and who won’t be ignorant or afraid of deaf people. How to Date Deaf People: (written by Dawn) *If you meet a deaf person and you want to talk, let the person know by waving “Hi” or write a note to give to her or him.If you search online, be up front about being deaf in your profile — that will filter out the people who don’t understand. *When you want to say something; Have a pen and paper to communicate with them so he or she can understand.When a guy approaches you and you say “I’m deaf,” that is a big surprise and that would cause a lot of guys to be thrown off their game; when that happens, guys often retreat to avoid embarrassing themselves or offending you.It is also difficult for a guy to start things because we don’t want everybody around us to think we’re trying to take advantage of “some poor defenseless deaf girl.” That is why some guys might seem to treat you like you “had leprosy”.*Remember your date can’t read your lips in a darkened theater.This is a good place to use texting — you can just hand your date your phone. I would guess that deaf women would need to work a lot harder at getting the ball rolling.I have wonderful sons, I love them so much and I have given up a lot to raise them.Now I am ready to date and trying to meet men on line, and chatting with them seems to go well; but as soon as I let them know that I am deaf they have stopped talking to me as if I had leprosy or something.
Deaf people — at least in my case — who live outside of the Deaf culture feel insecure when it comes to the dating game.
As with any different language, it takes a little patience. At least a deaf woman could write me a little message like “You’re cute, what’s your name?
” (or something a little more subtle) and start something that way.
They need to get better educated about us and to understand us better. I love your dating tips for deaf people, and I’m going to post them on my blog.
To meet a hearing man who understands deaf people, why not go to classes in American Sign for the hearing?