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Hi, so I am hearing, and I'm relatively new to ASL, I have always been interested in learning ASL, and find the deaf culture very interesting and more welcoming than the society I live in today. I am looking to make some friends, practice with people, and just get to know other people who have the same interests and goals as me. Feel free to hit me up if you wanna practice or even just chat as friends! 

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