Yevamos 14:1-2

Yevamos 14:1

If a man with congenital deafness married a woman with all her senses, or a man with all his senses married a woman with congenital deafness, they may divorce or remain married as they choose. Just as they can be married with gestures, they can be divorced with gestures. If a man with all his senses marries a woman with all her senses and she later loses the ability to hear and speak, they may divorce or remain married. If she lost her mental competence, he may not divorce her.  If the husband lost the ability to hear and speak or his mental competence, he may never divorce her. Rabbi Yochanan ben Nuri asked why a couple may divorce if the woman lost the ability to hear and speak but not if the husband lost these abilities. The Sages replied that a woman may be divorced with or without her consent but a man may only grant a divorce with his consent.

Yevamos 14:2

Rabbi Yochanan ben Gudgeda testified that a girl with congenital deafness whose father married her off is divorced with a get. The Sages replied that the same applies to a woman who married when she had all her senses and later lost the ability to hear and speak.
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