Monthly Beauties | Tamara

Monthly Beauties | Tamara Meet The Faces of Bold Blind Beautiful & Accomplished Women Representation Matters! Bold Blind Beauty believes that “Real Beauty Transcends Barriers” and June’s cover model, Tamara, is a shining example of our belief. I met Tamara through the email introduction of a very good friend of mine who suggested I check out her YouTubeContinue reading “Monthly Beauties | Tamara”

Grace Nzomo On Living Positively With Albinism

“Looking into the eyes of a beautiful young lady and providing encouragement is the spark I need to continue in my mission to empower people with albinism. I am very passionate about education and ensuring its accessibility to the disadvantaged.” Grace Nzomo Growing Up In Kenya With Albinism Grace Nzomo, a psychology graduate from USIU-Africa,Continue reading “Grace Nzomo On Living Positively With Albinism”

My Journey to Becoming Fully Me Albinism & All

My albinism doesn’t define me, but it sure makes me who I am. It is because of my albinism that I have become an incredible problem-solver and out-of-the-box thinker. ~Antonia Lliteras Espinosa My Journey to Becoming Fully Me Albinism & All I was born with albinism a rare genetic condition, which affects about one inContinue reading “My Journey to Becoming Fully Me Albinism & All”

Blind Beauty 76 | Grace Nzomo

Blind Beauty 76 | Grace Nzomo “My high school teachers took one look at me and decided that I cannot learn chemistry, physics, and geography due to my ‘poor’ eyesight. I was also informed that since I was visually impaired, I had to learn Braille as I would be using it in my final exam.”Continue reading “Blind Beauty 76 | Grace Nzomo”

Blind Beauty 74 | Antonia Lliteras Espinosa

Blind Beauty 74 | Antonia Lliteras Espinosa I was born with albinism, which caused me to be legally blind. Due to my lack of sight, I live in a world where bugs don’t exist, dust is something I only hear about but never see and everyone has flawless skin. ~Antonia Lliteras Espinosa The Times TheyContinue reading “Blind Beauty 74 | Antonia Lliteras Espinosa”

J Renée | Blind Beauty Issue 38

J Renée | Blind Beauty Issue 38 “Saying things like “You don’t look albino” or “oh you just look light skin so you’re ok” that’s NOT OK! People with Albinism can look different from the next person with Albinism. So yes, however way they appear to you that is what a person with Albinism looksContinue reading “J Renée | Blind Beauty Issue 38”

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