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There is less of a chance that they will be born Deaf and go to a Deaf school and thus they will have Hearing (or non-signing) friends (and teachers) with whom I will have a hard time communicating.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.

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In reviewing "DESSERT" it seems to be two D hands coming together at the belly of the D.Create your free profile today and start browsing the website, interact with other members using our voice and webcam chat rooms, send and receive winks, receive latest matches to the external mailbox, view other members' default pictures.Join thousands of deaf & hard of hearing singles and start searching for love. Join for FREE and connect with thousands singles like you now!But, I have come across the phrase "TO DATE" and it seems to be that same description.I am confused by this and in context it may get a little weird.Thank you for your help, Richard Almager Richard, Hello :) DATE is upright, DESSERT is horizontal.

By that I mean, the index fingers of the "D" hands in the sign for DATE are pointing upward.

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If my children date Hearies that means I may end up disempowered -- stuck with the challenge of trying to have conversations with Hearing people.