Helen Keller jokes never get old.
Charming! It’s so lovely to make jokes about things like this!
(via breakingbadness)Source: foolinthera1n
Esther thinks in English and German.
No, she can’t hear.
The deaf people I’ve seen at Barnes and Noble think in English.
Again, no, they can’t hear.
The deaf people I’ve seen at the mall, pretty sure they think in English.
Also, can’t hear.
If you live in Taiwan and you’re deaf, I’m sure you…
Sparky, a deaf dachshund, has been given the opportunity to live a normal life, thanks to inmates and the Missouri School for the Deaf. Read the touching story of how the Licking Prison program is saving special needs dogs, like Sparky, while helping inmates.
A dog who is…
So cute.Source: aplacetolovedogs
I just woke up…and heard news on radio.
Some people have been deprived of vacation, by an airline…BECAUSE THEY WERE DEAF AND HEARING-IMPAIRED.
The airline company pleads some “security risks”.
Ok….now, I’m shocked. The whole world tells that he wants some Equality for Everyone. Better said…
What security risk? If deaf people see everyone running screaming in the opposite direction because there’s a fire, guess what? We’re going to run screaming in the opposite direction, too! If there’s a hijack attempt, your hearing is not going to make the hijacker go away. If the plane is crashing, your deafness is not going to make the plane fall even faster. THERE IS NO SECURITY RISK. WE ARE NOT HELPLESS.Source: fromsomeonewithlove
Although this isn’t lulzy, I thought that it would be a good idea to have this on hand in case any of our followers wish to educate themselves on deafness around the world. Of course, the list is by no means complete, and I would be very happy if anyone added a few more countries.