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At first glance, it may seem like just another set of niche online dating sites. Two small but growing sites devoted to dating for the deaf, both founded by children of deaf parents, now offer non-hearing singles their own place on the Internet to find love.

But the recent explosion of online dating — about 17 million people at least peeked at a dating site last year, according to estimates — has created a cottage industry of smaller sites hoping to draft off the success of market monster

passionsnetwork People who are deaf, or who are dealing with hearing issues in general can find dating to be problematic.

As a completely free site, it provides members the opportunity to enjoy the site at no charge while paying on other Deaf dating sites (if they choose to do so).

Web site developer Christiaan Marais wasn’t considering a new career when he started “He was trying to get back into the dating scene,” Marais said.

“We were talking about online dating, and I said, ‘You should try one of these sites.’ ” His father was reluctant, Marais said, because it’s hard to find other deaf users on the larger dating sites.

These online dating sites allow deaf, hard of hearing and even hearing individuals to connect on the same level by using instant messaging, chat services, email, blogs, forums, and video chatting.

For hearing individuals, these sites allow them to better understand the skills needed to successfully have a relationship with a deaf person.