How beautiful he is with his strong features and blond hair. Natural hair

How beautiful he is with his strong features and blond hair. Natural hair

létrange beauté des albinos par Yulia Taits et autres  2Tout2Rien

létrange beauté des albinos par Yulia Taits et autres 2Tout2Rien

The African country Tanzania has the largest population of albinos and the discrimination and violence is high. Many of the albinos are abducted and butchered for parts used in ceremonies. Repost to raise awareness.

The African country Tanzania has the largest population of albinos and the discrimination and violence is high. Many of the albinos are abducted and butchered for parts used in ceremonies. Repost to raise awareness.

'Oscarine#4, 2010' by Eric Nehr  #Photography  Part of a series of portraits of albino african and latinoamerican people, who are even mythologized or discriminated by their own cultures

'Oscarine#4, 2010' by Eric Nehr #Photography Part of a series of portraits of albino african and latinoamerican people, who are even mythologized or discriminated by their own cultures

Albinos in Africa find a haven from being hunted for body parts | The Sun |Woman|Real Life

Albinos in Africa find a haven from being hunted for body parts | The Sun |Woman|Real Life

The opposite of Albinism is called Melanism and it is very rare Here is a photo of an albino and a melanistic together

The opposite of Albinism is called Melanism and it is very rare Here is a photo of an albino and a melanistic together

Diandra Forrest is an albino African-American professional fashion model. This green-eyed blonde with African features made a splash in the fashion world.  Albinism affects people of all ethnic backgrounds; its frequency worldwide is estimated to be approximately one in 17,000. Because their skin is not protected by melanin, they have to avoid sunlight.

Diandra Forrest is an albino African-American professional fashion model. This green-eyed blonde with African features made a splash in the fashion world. Albinism affects people of all ethnic backgrounds; its frequency worldwide is estimated to be approximately one in 17,000. Because their skin is not protected by melanin, they have to avoid sunlight.

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