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Our personals community is a source for creating relationships ranging from companionship to friendship, romance to marriage. Here you can find those who share your values and life experiences, friendship and possibly love.You can talk with new and old friends about deaf or ASL issues, relationships, cultures, religions, work, sports, lives and more.No one except the teacher is fluent so I don’t feel left behind when I can’t understand people signing fast or words I don’t know. Like during break it was everyone speaking at once (about 50-60 people in a very small space) and hard for me to try to connect with other people in the class because a lot know even less ASL than I do and I couldn’t hear them. Maybe when I’m more comfortable with the people there I could not be so awkward but I guess now people still think deaf people are born knowing asl and without a voice….It’s really the one place right now that being raised an oral-only hoh person hasn’t made me feel left out. The one thing that really bothered me though was a guy was trying to only use sign during break and someone asked him if he was dead and he said “no.