Recognition of German Sign Language Germany has a strong oralist tradition and historically has seen a suppression of sign language. German Sign Language was first legally recognised in The Federal Disability Equality Act in May 2002
This is I Love You in the deaf world, not anything demonic as some would suggest. For years the only way we had of telling our daughter we love her and the only way she could tell us. Idiots mistake that for the horn sign.
Essential ASL Sign Language - for SASL (South African SL) please ignore the signs for "good-bye", "thank you" and "later", the other signs are the same. Also the ASL sign for "please" is the SASL sign for "pleasure"