Thank you so much for sharing this. I also have friends that are lacking some of the senses. Yet I never thought about writing about them, or creating characters who lack them. Thank you for broadening my scope. Reblogged from https://rachelpoli.com
It’s not every day we come across a person who doesn’t have all 5 of their senses. Some people are blind, some are deaf, and some are both. Some people have anosmia (no sense of smell), ageusia (no sense of taste), or both.
I have all my 5 senses, so it’s hard to imagine having only 4 or 3 of those senses. And I’m amazed at the people who go through life without all 5 senses simply. Yes, it’s something they have to do, have to get used to and live with, but we, as human beings, tend to take everything for granted.
If someone is born without, for example, sight or hearing they don’t know how different world could be. They live in the same world but view it differently and they live their lives just like everyone else.
But if someone loses a sense or two throughout…
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