Discriminatory Laws and Attitudes are Anti-American


My response to the current wave of “religious freedom,” “religious liberty,” and other such discriminatory laws being passed or proposed lately.

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Seeing Hearing Impairments

Originally posted on hearington:
If we could see hearing impairment, what would it look like? Lets begin our analogy with an image: This is how a neurotypical person would see the image. The colours are vibrant, edges are clear and…

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Deaf people often need to work harder

Originally posted on Asphyxia:
Deafness is not visible, and some of the difficulties Deaf people face can be invisible to hearing people, who can easily take ‘hearing privilege’ for granted. Here, I wanted to raise some awareness about the extra…

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Working as an actress who is deaf… 

We need more roles and exposure!

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Scope’s Romance Classics: Penelope Friday is ‘The Sensual Scribe’

Originally posted on Scope's Blog:
Penelope Friday is an erotic fiction author with a penchant for raunchy tales of sex and romance. This sensual scribe will not stand for the “disabled people don’t have sex” attitude. Why wouldn’t the…

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How To Cite Social Media: MLA & APA Formats

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Originally posted on TeachBytes:
Well, it’s official, you can now officially cite social media sources in MLA and APA formats. Although this might not seem like a big deal, it is an important step in acknowledging social media as an…

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A Model of Marginalization

Originally posted on Tara Schupner Congdon:
Deaf model Nyle DiMarco’s run on America’s Next Top Model has been a hot topic. Who doesn’t like a rugged hunk with baby blues and washboard abs? Especially one who has been such a…

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Things That Only Happen to Deaf People

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Originally posted on Lexington School for the Deaf:
Whether you’re a signer, a lipreader, a hearing aid wearer or a cochlear implant user (or maybe a bit of each of those), there are some things that truly only happen to…

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“See You Again”–Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth (ASL Cover)

Originally posted on terpstube:
I really liked this ASL Cover of “‘Til I See You Again.” terpstube View original post

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Dating with Hearing Loss: the Good, the Bad, and the Stories that Make You Say, “What?”

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Originally posted on Open Ears:
The audiologist will tell you many things when you get your first hearing aid. Keep it dry and don’t wear it with wet hair. Put it in a desiccating box, and change the gel packs…

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