Signs change over time as well. Therefore, what is taught today may be obsolete in coming years. The signs change as part of a communal decision and shift in opinions, ideas, and desired outcomes. Spoken languages see the same trend over time. In American Sign Language, signs change often. For example, the sign for the continent of Africa has changed several times in recent history to ensure political correctness and to not be offensive.
Different social circles, communities and parts of the country use different signs as well. These are sometimes called regional signs. In different parts of the United States, people speak slightly different, or use different words for the same idea. In some parts of the country signs differ in the same way. Some regional signs exist and will always exist.
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