According to an article on Vis-Ability Stories, many people with albinism are embracing the word “albino” as a source of pride and identity.
So follow your loved one’s cues, and refer to their condition in the way that they are most comfortable.
She emphasized that understanding a person’s challenges can help you to be more patient, compassionate, and tolerant.
Unfortunately, Mashawna’s family’s experiences are common, and albinism is at least as misunderstood as ADD, and loving a person with this condition does require you to understand the challenges that they face due to their albinism.
After all, it is just a condition, it doesn't change the man I am.
I can still be an educated, stylish and talented man.
'”Recently, Judy Silny wrote an article about the unique challenges faced by people who have ADD.Join the campaign by taking a selfie with your finger pointing to your eye; then upload and share the picture on your social network profiles with the hashtag #ILook Out For Albinism (I look out for albinism).You can also share the link to this message and encourage others to join the campaign.One full of potential." Boitumelo is living with albinism and told Tshisa LIVE that he expected that he would catch people's attention.He said he knew that his confidence would win people over.y's bachelors, Boitumelo Mainganya, who lives with albinism, ignited a different conversation that stemmed from the confidence he carried.The Limpopo-born poet was representing SA in Bahrain for a poetry event when his episode aired.Indeed, the stylish bachelor received mostly love from tweeps and Twitter said he broke many stereotypes about people living with albinism."I break myths about albinism daily just by being who I am.All the photos we find in the social networks with the #ILook Out For Albinism hashtag will be collected and incorporated into a compilation video.We apologize in advance to all those who participate but don’t appear in the final video, as it is easy to lose track of some of the photos online. Celebrate diversity, promote inclusion, protect our rights.