Eyesalwaysopened778 karma2019-08-11 16:00:13 UTC
Hey, some of these comments are a bit much; thank you so much for doing this AMA! You’re providing an interesting view on the condition. I appreciate it.
What would you say has been the most challenging part of dealing with albinism?
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Eyesalwaysopened125 karma2019-08-11 16:34:21 UTC
First off thanks for the answer!
I met someone during my time in Seoul who also dealt with albinism, and there response was the same. During class photos, it always seemed attentions was automatically drawn to her.
Wish you the best of luck! You seem like a lovey soul, so I wish you the best!
Eyesalwaysopened8 karma2020-02-01 22:15:22 UTC
I’m not OP but if you don’t mind me chiming in;
I would say that from what I’ve noticed, it’s much more sought after to be yourself in front of others rather then to ge reserved as its sometimes taken that you’re hiding something or uncomfortable around others.
Of course being polite and humble are great traits that should be taught to all (humble to an extent of course. Got to be a bit proud of yourself as well haha).
From the times I’ve played match maker, being yourself is always rule #1.
Edit: played matchmaker out in Seoul, Amsterdam, here in NYC, and some other places. The one thing people like to see was pride in who you are.
Eyesalwaysopened5 karma2019-08-11 16:01:34 UTC
Don’t be a creep asshole. Take the weird comments elsewhere.
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