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Bill, I am addicted to a tv show in which some of the characters are Deaf. Is it common for members of the Deaf community to not approve of dating relationships between hearing and the Deaf?

Thanks, - Jeanette Dear Jeanette, Regarding the actions of those around them, it is common for individuals in any society to encourage actions in others that are empowering to oneself and to discourage actions that are disempowering. " If my son dates a Hearing girl she will likely have Hearing parents, Hearing brothers and sisters, Hearing friends, Hearing former teachers, well, you get the idea.

But I'd sort of like to chat with my (eventual) grandchildren too.

Oh, sure, I can whip out my hearing aid and "somewhat make do" but Belinda (the hot, no longer natural redhead sitting in the corner) may or may not be able to converse with the little munchkins and that would be a real loss if she couldn't.

Launched in 2004, the site provides a number of unique features to help deaf / HOH members connect, including 'Deaf Groups' detailing if members are fully deaf, partially deaf, late deafened, HOH or are a 'hearie'.

As a completely free site, it provides members the opportunity to enjoy the site at no charge while paying on other Deaf dating sites (if they choose to do so).

No reason why not, just never met someone who interested me or was interested in me.

Whether someone is completely deaf, partially deaf, going deaf, or just hard-of-hearing, there are some real communication issues that can arise when dating.

I picked a place I had never been before, had no family, and knew no one.

You talk about having a social and romantic "reawakening" in college. Jacob: I had hit rock-bottom shortly before, so I decided I would try one more time, doing something big, and if that didn't work either, I'd end my miserable life.

After a (long) while being single, I decided I would try the internet dating thing a try.

A number of my (hearing) friends have had great success with them. The rest continued talking for a while, but then either tailed off or ‘met someone else’. I made it clear that I was deaf, but iterated that I did not need to bring an interpreter to any dates because I speak. I had one woman email me saying that she understood about being deaf and dating as she had a kid! I even had a terp emailing me telling me that I was really brave for going on a hearing dating site! Yes, you may get fewer responses, but in the long run it is far less hurtful.

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