Dating is hard for everyone, but it can be especially difficult for the deaf and hearing-impaired.
Communication problems and socially awkward situations can make hearing and Ho H dates a nightmare.
But the recent explosion of online dating — about 17 million people at least peeked at a dating site last year, according to estimates — has created a cottage industry of smaller sites hoping to draft off the success of market monster
There's nothing new about the Internet being a connection tool for geographically disconnected niches.
But there’s something a little more important about these new services that are attracting thousands of single deaf people seeking companionship and love, experts say.
Singles enjoy chat rooms, message boards, photo personals, a photo gallery, anonymous private mailboxes, and much more.”ASL Singles “provides a comfortable platform for deaf or hearing impaired people to find friendship, romance and love.
Here you can find thousands who use American Sign Language and, who share your values and life experiences. A potential friend or partner for life is waiting for you!