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28 People Whose Special Features Made Them The Center Of Attention

28 People Whose Special Features Made Them The Center Of Attention

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A lot of us hate to be different from others. Some probably have developed a fear or trauma from having attention gathered on you because of something that is part of you. Sometimes, we just want to be like every other normal person and be able to go out without getting asked about why we’re different.

These people, however, want you to know that you deserve attention. You deserve to be loved because you are unique. You are a beautiful creature and nobody can ever be special like you.

Have been made fun of my different eye sizes, but it’s boring to be like everyone else!

Ever since I was diagnosed with vitiligo I’ve been called “cow” and “dalmatian”, so I did a look inspired by that.

I have Dermatographia and I like to draw flowers on myself.

This kid with ocular albinism resembles Aang from ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’.

This girl with Albinism/Leucism and Heterochromia.

When your eyes are split between brown and grey.

I’ve had this since 10 years old and was never nor will it ever bother me.

I call this art.

I used to hate the attention, only know do I understand I’m lucky.

She has protruding ears and used it to her advantage to become a model.

People talk about me as if I’m sick, but it’s just a birthmark. I’m completely healthy.

A perfect icy look.

I’m 18 with Oculocutaneous albinism and it’s hard to communicate with people. What do you think of my picture?

Woman with vitiligo in all her body turns it into a life canvas with bright colors.’

I can only bend my pointer finger in one angle because it doesn’t have the topmost joint.

I’ve never anyone with eyes like mine.

No eyebrows, no problem!

Thick eyebrows is sexy.

Elf ears.

Plant your garden with seeds of strength, endurance and empowerment instead of digging a grave out of a judgment.

A bright smile heals, always.

Some people can only dream to be this unique.

From a single dot on my left hand to my whole body on high school.

Stitches from my corneal surgery are visible.

Man with Dermatographic urticaria draws on his skin.

I have symmetrical moles.

Nobody nails a unique look like she does.

There’s a patch of vitiligo at the back of my head, so this is how my braids look like.

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