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    I am wondering how to meet girls, I am deaf in my right ear and hard if hearing in my left, I hate going to bars and clubs because of this as I can't hear what people are saying. All the socials to meet new people revolve around bars what do I do.

    I have tried online dating for couple years with no luck a few dates but it never goes beyond that, I am a short, skinny, hard or hearing male with NF1
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    Being deaf you have an advantage over half the men already, never take a woman by her word.
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    Improve yourself, is their anyway you can heal your hearing issues? Go to the gym, work out, wear nice clothes.

    Try approaching women, join speed dating, join various clubs like salsa classes,

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by jackthemac)
    I am wondering how to meet girls, I am deaf in my right ear and hard if hearing in my left, I hate going to bars and clubs because of this as I can't hear what people are saying. All the socials to meet new people revolve around bars what do I do.

    I have tried online dating for couple years with no luck a few dates but it never goes beyond that, I am a short, skinny, hard or hearing male with NF1
    I am simillar in the regards that i am also hard of hearing. My left ear is better than my right ear
    If clubbing/going to bars isnt for you (it isnt my cupoftea) you can possibly try meeting people at your uni/work and do hobbies you enjoy and you will meet people who are kind and considerate and best of all push pass the disability and be yourself,dont try and be someone you are not.
 
 
 
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