1. Sign language is the primary mode of communication in Deaf culture. Sign Language is the most widely used language in the world.
2. Deaf culture has its own unique language, customs, and traditions. For example, when greeting someone in Deaf culture, it is common to shake hands and make eye contact.
3. Deaf culture celebrates its own holidays, such as Deaf Awareness Week and International Day of Sign Languages.
4. Deaf culture values visual communication, directness, and physical touch. For example, Deaf people often touch each other's arms or shoulders to get their attention.
5. Deaf culture has a rich history, including the establishment of schools for the Deaf and the development of sign language.
6. Deaf culture has its own art forms, including De'VIA (Deaf View/Image Art), which is a form of art that reflects Deaf culture and experiences.
7. Deaf culture is not a disability but rather a linguistic and cultural minority group. Many Deaf people do not see themselves as disabled but rather as members of a distinct and proud culture.