what do you think about albino?

@amelly (1558)
Malaysia
May 25, 2010 4:41am CST
i couldn't help myself LOOKING at one..but not STARING at them..it is rude..but somehow when i catch a glimpse of an albino person...i still think that it must be painful to have such disease..you can't be under the sunlight cause it will harm you..just imagine..no sunbathing and maybe some little kid will freak out or even cry when they look at you..no one ever wanted to be an albino..if you are one..do share your opinion and life with us..or maybe anyone wanted to share having an albino friends, family or even neighbours...life is difficult for them..
4 responses
@redhotpogo (3935)
• United States
25 May 10
Its normal to be fascinated, or curious about something you don't see much. There aren't many albino people walking around, so of course when people see an albino person they're going to stop and look, possibly even stare. I never had any albino friends, but there was an albino guy in my elementary school. No one really picked on him or anything, they just asked him alot of questions. I don't think life is difficult for them. Its not a handicap.
@amelly (1558)
• Malaysia
25 May 10
well..i dunno..i think it might be difficult for them in different angle and aspect of life..they can't do whatever they want or go anywhere..maybe they will be free during nightime but during day..it is like a torture to them..their skin can bear even the slight heat..
• United States
25 May 10
Albino people can go out in sunlight, and do activities just like any other person. Being albino doesn't make you allergic to the sun. They just have lower levels of skin pigmentation. They people you are probably thinking of have what is known as "Photosensitivity" It causes their immune systems to overreact in sunlight. People that suffer from this condition can be light skinned, as well as dark skinned.
• Philippines
25 May 10
I know someone like that. He's discriminated almost everywhere he went. It's not right to just say things to someone just cuz He's different. I think we should consider his feelings as well. Unfairness today is everywhere so we should lessen it in expense of someone as much as we can.
@amelly (1558)
• Malaysia
25 May 10
yes..i think anybody should get the same treatment despite his apperance..we should help albino people actually...morally..so that they won't feel isolated from the world
• Philippines
25 May 10
I know someone like that. He's discriminated almost everywhere he went. It's not right to just say things to someone just cuz He's different. I think we should consider his feelings as well. Unfairness today is everywhere so we should lessen it in expense of someone as much as we can.
• Philippines
25 May 10
I know someone like that. He's discriminated almost everywhere he went. It's not right to just say things to someone just cuz He's different. I think we should consider his feelings as well. Unfairness today is everywhere so we should lessen it in expense of someone as much as we can.