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People who live with vitiligo often doubt themselves. But the support and encouragement of others can help. Here’s one woman’s story of self-acceptance.
“I had to make a difference by using my difference,” says James McLeod, aka DJ Half. He motivates others with vitiligo to embrace their uniqueness.
There’s stigma and discrimination attached to vitiligo, even between those with the same spotty patches. All based on the contrast and fairness of their skin.
Reshma Vincent grew up always trying to “fix” her vitiligo. Now she posts TikTok videos of her doing makeup tutorials. What spurred the change?