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.I’m lucky I found someone early in my life so I didn’t have to deal with the stressful dating game for long.

*Remember your date can’t read your lips in a darkened theater.

This is a good place to use texting — you can just hand your date your phone.

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.

Your date will be impressed that you are willing to learn to communicate with them in their own language.

*Phone calls are easy — text messaging always works.*If you invite a deaf person out out on a date, please face your date, to make it easier to read lips, and use the pen and paper when you don’t understand. *If you have cell phone with you, don’t answer it unless you warn your date first [Dr.Romance says this is true of any date, not just a deaf person.] Understand that a deaf person probably can’t tell what you’re saying when you’re talking into a cell phone, so it’s polite to let your date know why you’re answering the phone and what the call is about (for example, it’s work calling, or someone who is ill.Six months later, he found me thru this DSC so we started dating right away.We've been together for a few years and he talked me into marriage. Deaf Singles Connection, a leading deaf dating site, caters specifically to the needs of the deaf and hard of hearing communities.