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Do You Sign?

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Some of the organisations for deaf people are trying to push for people that work in the public eye  (banks shops etc)to  learn BSL (British Sign Language) as a part of non discrimination against people with hearing difficulties, does this mean that our WGs will have to learn BSL so they cannot be deemed to be discriminating?

 

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I do.

 

You sign, or you do something else? If the former, have you carried on BSL conversations with escorts? Does BSL provide for subtle or raunchy sex talk?

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Surprising that she doesn't mention this on her site!

 

There is a reason for that.  Vicki is a beautiful wonderful person by the way and I love her to bits.

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I have seen many wgs from Eastern Europe who can't speak a word of English, nor I of their language. It's never spoilt the punt for me  ;) I don't think verbal communication need play a massive role in the punting transaction.

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Some of the organisations for deaf people are trying to push for people that work in the public eye  (banks shops etc)to  learn BSL (British Sign Language) as a part of non discrimination against people with hearing difficulties, does this mean that our WGs will have to learn BSL so they cannot be deemed to be discriminating?

 

SP

I can sign..'fish and chips' x

 

Seriously though, it is a nice thing to do and on my list of things to do. Victoria looks delicious Holly x

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I can sign..'fish and chips' x

 

Seriously though, it is a nice thing to do and on my list of things to do. Victoria looks delicious Holly x

 

She is a stunner Sarah, really naughty, super fun and those eyes of hers :P ....  I really hope I'm not speaking out of turn here because we all adore her, as do her clients, but Vick has hearing problems herself which is why she signs and many of those that know her have learnt a fair bit of signing too thanks to Vick.

 

Wonderful lady.

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 I don't think verbal communication need play a massive role in the punting transaction.

 

I beg to differ! For me verbal communication is an absolute essential. Sine qua non!

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Some of the organisations for deaf people are trying to push for people that work in the public eye  (banks shops etc)to  learn BSL (British Sign Language) as a part of non discrimination against people with hearing difficulties, does this mean that our WGs will have to learn BSL so they cannot be deemed to be discriminating?

 

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About as likely to happen as learning to speak in Welsh to a client.

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I can sign a little. Not loads but enough to know what a client is looking for.

 

There used to be a deaf client who would visit both Ladybirds and Hollywoods ( sure he does them all) in Leicester.

 

I used to communicate fine with him, and he taught me a few bits, he would bring his friend along and sign for him as well.

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