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I hate to LABEL myself “I am deaf.” Then they say, “Oh, can you read my lips?” or “Never mind” and they walk away from me it hurts and frustrates me.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.We the deaf people who love hearing people and want to prove them that we can be like they are and enjoy dating.It seems very limited for us to date people in general.If I think a girl is less than 18 years old, I will get away from her as fast as possible just to avoid any possibility that somebody will think I am trying to take advantage of her. Also, I think it is really unrealistic to expect your date to do things like check that a movie theater can do the closed captioning.

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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.

I also have job, because I can do anything but hear.

At the bar scene or anywhere when men talk to me and I try to understand them by reading lips, they act like I’m weirdo so I have to tell them that I am deaf.

Non-essential calls can wait.) *If you take this date to a party, introduce your date and let them know that she or he is deaf.

Sometimes, people knew some sign language — you never know.