Dating with a deaf people
They will also probably grow up to date a Hearing person thus locking me out of any hope for attending a family reunion where I could enjoy myself instead of sitting in a corner chatting with my Deaf wife.
Note, I love sitting in a corner with my wife, she is a hot babe and quite witty.
I felt like all the boys my age were very judgmental and immature.
At the time I also had this misconception that all deaf boys were signers, which worried me because I’ve never really interacted with deaf people before, so I felt that I wasn’t going to be able to communicate with them.
If you do decide to go somewhere particularly noisy or crowded, where being able to communicate might be an issue, plan on always carrying a way to write things down.
Having a speech-to-text app on your phone can really help, as you can just speak into your phone and then show your partner what you have been trying to say.
If you are willing and able to do these things, there is nothing that love cannot overcome.I'd much rather my children date Deaf people because if they fall in love and get married it would mean I would likely be empowered with a whole new set of people with whom I can communicate visually in my preferred language.If my children date Hearies that means I may end up disempowered -- stuck with the challenge of trying to have conversations with Hearing people.(Like he didn’t get my attention when talking to me, or couldn’t be bothered to repeat what he said…so the whole thing didn’t work anyway.) After this experience, I had doubts about whether I was ever going to be in a relationship again.