Yamaku's students are probably not really less jerkish than students from an regular school, there are still conflicts,ect...Eurobeatjester wrote:My headcannon is that the few normal students with no disabilities that go to Yamaku experience the same sense of shunning, stigma, and exclusion that disabled students would receive in normal schools.
But I don't think there would be a special resentment towards non-disabled students, all known teachers and members of the personnal aren't disabled and hearing people who have a serious interest in sign language are appreciated by deaf people, (whose life would be many much simpler if everyone knew sign language) and interpret are very usefull for them....sooo I think they are only very few deaf who would dislike Misha for being a normal who wants to be a sign language interpret. (But I suposse deaf have their lot of irationnal jerks like any other groupe)
And generaly, it's really not the kind of toughts most disabled people had. (if a certain resentment toward the society or how they are treated by many people)