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There is a lot of misinformation and lack of understanding about Deaf culture. This can be a barrier to communication and inclusion. Here are some common myths about Deaf culture: 

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1. All deaf people use sign language. 

This is not true. While most deaf people do use sign language, there are also many who communicate using other methods, such as lip reading, writing, and gestures. 

2. Deaf people are not able to speak. 

Again, this is not true. While some deaf people cannot speak, many others can and do speak. 

3. Deaf people are not able to live normal, productive lives. 

This is simply not true. Deaf people can lead full, productive lives just like anyone else. 

4. Deaf culture is not a real thing. 

This could not be further from the truth! Deaf culture is very real and is a vital part of the lives of many deaf people. Deaf culture includes a shared language, values, and traditions.

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