I like normal people and deaf people .
which one better autism people or normal people ?
What on Earth is a ‘normal’ person?!
hearing people without autism .
I like most of the people as long as they are nice, polite and do not make a lot of noises.
However, I think, I am more comfortable to be with an autistic person.
I don't think either is better. Sometimes non-autistic hearing people can be thoughtless about deaf or autistic people, but most of them don't mean to be. Autistic people seem to communicate with each other better than neurotypical people can.
It's all part of life's great tapestry.
Can I ask if anything's happened to make you ask this?
Hi there, I am a bit lost when you mention 'normal' people. But, from my view whether it is someone 'normal', someone with a hearing impairment or autism it is not the matter of which is better or ideal. One of the aims is to find someone you feel that you can connect with, feel comfortable as well as other attributes.
Everyone is different (no kidding) but that is the beauty of it. There is no straightforward answer. Every person is truly unique in their own way. Please be careful when you use the term 'normal' even though to you it may seem fine to others they may disagree and take offence to it. Normal is a word that some people don't like or appreciate as it can appear to make someone feel less inferior. Ultimately, in most situations it has a negative impact for numerous reasons..
In terms of those who have a hearing impairment, it is not the case of who is better. You may have an idea of what you want but the reality is not everything is quite as it seems, or black and white. Remember that there is no one better but more so if you are happy it doesn't have to be perfect but trying looking at it from a 'good enough' perspective.
Why do you think that some people are better than other people?
I like neurodiversity ( autism ) people and I am more learning about neurodiversity .
If you don't mind me asking. Why?
I like anyone who treats me like the nice person I am.
I don't care what they look like, if they have any disabilities or any other differences to myself.
I do dislike people who hurt others, are rude or offensive.
People who are both neurodiverse and neurotypical fall into both those groups.
My husband is very neurotypical and a lovely person to be around.
Your post is very odd.