It's KyoAni show, she can't be disabled.
Pair her up with a lesbian interpreter, who will fall in love with her.
Begin a relationship with the deaf girl that involves occasional public hand-holding.
Have hetero-sex with the lesbian interpreter in a moment of weakness on both of our parts.
I would take care of her, shes way too cute
Also I would honestly volunteer to take sign language classes in that sit
How would you handle this situation?
Fuck her interpreter while i just wanted to console her
smash her hearing-aides for validation form my shitty prepubescent peers
i liked this at first but looking back was shit; chick is kinda deaf not not really, just cute cant speak deaf, even so first chapters start out alright, interesting, then it turns into the most drawn out bullshit, entire arc about shitty movie they make and the final full circle conclusion is the main character and deaf chick walking through a door together with kind of maybe something implied if you want it to be there, but otherwise no progress from like the first 10 chapters.
also remember this fat unlikable fat fuck?
oh yeah left out the part where the bull, was actually being bullied but didnt know cos weak deaf girl is actually "strong" sheltering her bully, main character goes thought existance crisis and cant except the fact he has friends, the strong deaf chick would put up with years of bullying then tries to kill herself, but main character saves the day!
I think you do not understood me. I know that the life of deaf people is not easy. I know they suffer from prejudice. What bothers me is that in KnK these people are treated as useless beings. Nishimiya only exists for us to feel sorry for her. It's cheap writing.
No I'm 99% certain you haven't read the manga and you're only baiting.
This is basic fictional writing analysis, in the case you're only pretending and if you truly believe Shouko was only a plot device to make the reader feel pity, I implore you to read the manga again this time paying careful attention to her beliefs, motives and her growth as a character.
Why doesn't she use glasses if she's deaf?
Hug her so she knows she's loved.
Some things don't need words to express.
Don't you think it's weird that 99% of the people around her are bad? I mean, despicable motherfuckers. That's why I say that the vision of the author is simplistic and cheap. She puts a deaf, cute, kind, fragile and pure girl surrounded by a cruel world. She oversimplifies things to make drama. Hollywood movies do it every time. Soap operas too. But bullying is not so black and white. And that's my point.
I'd show her this pamphlet I found in a 7-11 in order to explain to myself that I'm an ally of the deaf. Then I'd awkwardly walk away.