‘If one more person calls me brave I think Imma flip my s**t. That’s the problem with “equality”. We don’t see ourselves as equals. We only see differences. If someone without vitiligo has confidence they aren’t deemed “brave.”
‘I’m a confident normal a** human, not some being who “must be so brave to go outside looking like that” looking like what, myself?
‘Because I don’t look like you it’s so incredible to be confident? I don’t want to look like you, I’m gorgeous.’I get comments that I am a leper. I control how my skin changes, I bleach my skin, my skin’s burned. None of those are true.
‘If one day I’m all black I’m still a model. If one day I’m all white I’m still a model. I am not my skin. I am a model with a skin condition.’
Model and Vitiligo activist, Winnie Harlow showed off her bikini body while talking about self confidence.She wrote Confidence doesn’t eliminate insecurities, and insecurities don’t mean you’re not confident ? #human
It comes after she took to social media to lash out at those calling her brave for flaunting her skin the way it is.She wrote