Deaf Again was originally published in It was written with just one purpose in mind.
This is where you will find deaf-related articles covering a variety of topics.
A select few may be entirely off the point and have nothing to do with deafness at all. However, as Deaf Culture Online expands, we will use this page to archive the most popular material from both the Drolz Uncensored blog and the Guest Writers page.
Check out the links below and enjoy! A plea for more ASL classes in high schools and colleges everywhere. The connection between ASL and intimate relationships. We Need a Deaf Oprah Winfrey: How a Deaf Oprah Winfrey could open new doors in deaf education.
How to Survive Mainstream School: Top-secret tricks and a reality check for deaf students in mainstream schools. A mind-numbing look at the definition of "hearing loss. A deaf family goes overboard with Lamarckian theory.
Signing With Your Deaf Baby: An article on the importance of signing with your deaf baby. The newly-formed Deaf Bilingual Coalition is advocating on behalf the same subject. A Hearing Loss and a Deafening Loss: Tales from a deaf kid in a hearing school and a hearing kid in a deaf school. Is it really appropriate to have famous deaf athletes named "Dummy?
When two deaf customers ask a TV salesman for a closed captioning demo, chaos ensues.
An article dispelling the myth that ASL causes poor English. The Door to "I Can": An article examining the benefits of the martial arts for deaf children.
ASL classes are great. But where are the men? We've Come a Long Way, ButEverything You've Wanted to Know About Deaf Culture (And Then Some) Hi! Welcome to Deaf Culture Online.
I'm Mark Drolsbaugh and I'm excited to bring you one of the most original, informative, and entertaining deafness-related websites you'll ever find. Deaf Culture And The Deaf - “Being deaf does not make you dumb, just as being hearing does not make you smart.” The author of this quote is unknown, but the concept behind these words is true in every aspect: hearing people do not know much about the Deaf culture.
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Hearing Speech On Hearing Loss - Helen Keller, an American author, political activist, and lecturer, the first blind-deaf person to earn a bachelor of arts degree is quoted on the website monstermanfilm.comes as saying, “Blindness separates people from things; deafness separates people from .
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