The Best Deaf Dating Sites

There are so many deaf dating sites available on the internet that it can be difficult to find the right one.

Most deaf dating sites cater to deaf and hard of hearing people, so if you are a hearing ASL student, you should look into these sites further to find one where you might fit in.

Here is a simple breakdown of the best deaf dating websites out there:


Deaf Singles Connection

Deaf Singles Connection, “is a singles online community dedicated to helping men and women meet other singles in a comfortable online environment. Our personals community is a source for creating relationships ranging from companionship to friendship, romance to marriage.

Singles enjoy chat rooms, message boards, photo personals, a photo gallery, anonymous private mailboxes, and much more.”


Deafs.com

Deafs.com is “the best and largest dating service in the world for single Deaf, ASL and HOH. Offers chat, free wink, email, photo profiles, message boards and more.”


Deaf Passions

Deaf Passions is “a 100% free online deaf dating & social networking site for meeting Deaf Singles, and Hard of Hearing Singles. Sign up now to enjoy free deaf chat, message boards & email.”


ASL Singles

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. Develop a long lasting relationship. A potential friend or partner for life is waiting for you!”


Deaf Match

Deaf Match “is a dating network for the deaf and hard of hearing singles…and is totally FREE.” “This service is dedicated to the large number of deaf and hard of hearing singles looking for a meaningful relationship, or wanting to make new contacts on a national and international level, or simply to exchange ideas and experiences.”

Comments

  1. Deanna

    I’m deaf and I’m looking for serious relationship

  2. Nalanie

    I have a hearing impaired niece who is 27. She seems to feel that she will forever be alone. Socially she is not able to fully get involved in conversations which has created a barrier of entry for her in dating circles or just in engaging to make friends with the hearing. As this community is not catered for in the work environment and on social platforms given the predators out there, perhaps a recommendation will help us, her family, in facilitating interactions.

    1. Michelle Jay

      Hi Nalanie, If your niece feels that she doesn’t fit in with the hearing community, I wholeheartedly recommend she try learning ASL and getting involved with her local Deaf community. Many deaf and hard of hearing people find they fit in much more comfortably with this community and are able to form much more tenable relationships.

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