I didn't like all the answers they provided for me. Who am I? What is my identity? I hate putting a label on anything or anyone and I was required to here. A smile appeared on my face..... NOW THIS is what I identify myself as.
"A lot of people look at a deaf person as someone who can't do everything that an able-bodied person could. They don't realize that we're beyond our disability. We're much more than just being deaf. What we do differently from general able-bodied people is that we have a duty to educate people about our community, culture and language."