BTW, do you take much stock into Wikipedia nowadays?
Yet, when you click on the "Deafhood" it links to it's own Wikipedia entry on "Deafhood." And I couldn't help but noticed this entry.
Numerous deaf and hearing people view 'deafhood' as a closed society, largely due to long history of rejections against those who do not practice and use pure ASL (American Sign Language). Those who did not practice pure ASL were generally rejected by people who practice deafhood theory. For instance, numerous deaf people were categorized as 'deafless' because they were not deaf enough therefore they were rejected from the deafhood community. Numerous deaf individuals that choose to wear cochlear implants, hearing aids and use different communication methods / devices were also rejected by the deafhood community. The general deaf community sees deafhood as an extremist group.Again, here's a screen capture of that entry, too.
Interesting. I'm sure entries will change again and again and again and again and again and again....ad nauseum.
Disclaimer: I am only reporting this as I just found out about it. Somebody created these Wikipedia entries and not I.