5 Myths About Being Blind

30 Mai 2020
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I'm Molly, a typical sushi, makeup, and fashion loving millennial girl who just so happens to be blind! I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at just 4 years old and began public speaking at age 5. I started just doing motivational speaking, but now I make videos and even model! Even though I can’t see, I know that there are bright spots in everything we face. Let’s find them together. 💕

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  • Did any of these surprise you? What other blindness related videos do you want to see from me in the future that I haven't done already? PS. Follow @mollyburkeofficial on TikTok for daily content!

    Molly BurkeMolly BurkeVor 8 Monate
    • I'm 9 and I understand what legally blind mean

      EastCoastLadyEastCoastLadyVor 5 Monate
    • Can you do a video for children of blind parents? I think it would be interesting to know their perspective. (My dad doesn't like to share his feelings).

      Minerva GomezMinerva GomezVor 5 Monate
    • I'd be REALLY interested in hearing a bit from your blind friend who's a fashion merchandiser. How does being a visual stuff hobbyist or business person differ for blind people who would choose to do it? I'd assumed they would just face so many reminders of their limitations nobody blind would bother, but if not there's a nuanced story I have to hear and wrap my puny visually-abled head around, clearly. (sorry I didn'y see this reply thread before I put this comment in the regular conversation area.)

      Myra GroenewegenMyra GroenewegenVor 6 Monate
    • I just found your channel yesterday and it has definitely been very educational! I had been wanting to write a character who happens to be blind and it’s definitely helped me! I’m glad that most of the stereotypes aren’t true because I didn’t want to write her that way 😅

      LegendaryBubblesLegendaryBubblesVor 6 Monate
    • I can’t even imagine not seeing anything at all

      Claire HatfieldClaire HatfieldVor 6 Monate
  • Thank you for the very informative video.My grandpa went legally blind due to an eye degenerative disorder. You would never know.

    dogablesdogablesVor 29 Tage
  • I had a 4th grade teacher who was fully blind in one eye and legally blind in the other. She had an amazing guide dog named Olympus and she was my favorite teacher I’ve ever had

    Ori TheRainbowLoverOri TheRainbowLoverVor Monat
  • I think I can see freckles on molly but not 100% sure. Can any1 else confirm? I just think she’s so pretty and when ever she does a story time vid I listen 2 the story and look at how cute she is! Also those braids look amazing with that outfit!😍

    Mackenzie ReasorMackenzie ReasorVor Monat
  • New sub...so maybe you've done this already, but how about a video for sighted friends of the blind, "Top ten things you can do to help without making the blind person ask". My husband has friends invite him to lunch, to go to the range, to go do all kinds of things, but if he asks them to come pick him up, the invitations vanish. Everyone wants to help him cross the street but no one wants to stay out of the kitchen when he's cooking, etc.

    mrsroke1mrsroke1Vor Monat
  • I have diabetic retinopathy after 30 years with type 1. You are so helpful I just have to state it because before your videos I was getting depressed thinking about more potential vision loss... I can still see quite well but there could be a time were my vision will become impacted. You're such a breath or fresh air

    Rose BloomieRose BloomieVor Monat
  • How do you know what your wearing (colthing ect.)

    Izzy MassaroIzzy MassaroVor Monat
  • You r talented. You can do your make up and make it look good. very talented. I’m not good at make up and I can see......

    Horse LoverHorse LoverVor Monat
  • I think Molly Burke should do livestreams like this where people ask questions in the chat.

    Anto FrancoAnto FrancoVor 2 Monate
  • why dose she have a painting if she cant see it

    VR legendVR legendVor 2 Monate
  • I have very poor peripheral vision in my left eye and my left eye is also just bad at seeing in general. When I do those eye tests with those machines and the completely cover my right eye, I am only able to see the biggest font on the slide. My right eye however is perfect vision and it does most of the work and makes up for my left eye. I have to wear glasses whenever I read or drive. I know it’s not the same but I just thought I would share. If you cover my right eye, I can’t see anything, it’s just a big blurry mess. Love you Molly. ❤️

    Rach MarieRach MarieVor 3 Monate
  • I loved that you did this video. I am visually impaired and there are sooo many myths. I have never felt faces either. I just find that kinda...uncomfortable. Like no, lol.

    Hanan HirsawaHanan HirsawaVor 3 Monate
  • I am visually impaired with sight, and people forget that I can't see that well, if they hand me something to read and I don't have my handheld magnifier with. Or they think I can't see anything at all. You can be visually impaired and still have sight. I have an ID white cane, I don't always use it. I'm glad I came across you channel!!

    Jana SnowdonJana SnowdonVor 3 Monate
  • Please, these are your personal myths and some others but you shouldn't talk about for all blind people! It's just wrong in several points!

    moony0205moony0205Vor 4 Monate
  • kendallrae

    Benedikt LackmannBenedikt LackmannVor 4 Monate
  • To explain not seeing black when you're blind to my brother, I told him to close one eye and then look around the room with the other. Then I said wasn't it like the closed eye is not even there well that's like what full blindness is like, but with both eyes.

    GabriellaGabriellaVor 4 Monate
  • YES GIRL YOU GOT TO YOUR GOAL AND NOW LETS GET TO 3M LETS DO IT!!

    Indi BoverIndi BoverVor 4 Monate
  • I only have one eye and I totally understand what you mean by seeing nothing

    Tamzin CaffreyTamzin CaffreyVor 4 Monate
  • misconseption: if sighted people close their eyes they DON'T see black

    Silber BlockSilber BlockVor 4 Monate
  • Its important to note that legally blind is seeing 20/200 or worse in their BETTER seeing eye (with their best correction of course)

    Naureen HaroonNaureen HaroonVor 4 Monate
  • Im sighted and molly has more fashion sense, style, and better room decor than me. Teach me your styleeeew

    Leaux HoneyLeaux HoneyVor 5 Monate
  • Early squad

    Logan EveleighLogan EveleighVor 5 Monate
  • Hi Molly! Just now when you were describing not seeing black and used your hand at the back your head as a prop - made me think of Neverending Story, the book. I found this piece in it (below), but I think it's a great enough book to listen to :) I'm 29, still think it's awesome. Here goes the quote “Something has happened in Moldymoor,” said the will-o’-the-wisp haltingly, “something impossible to understand. Actually, it’s still happening. It’s hard to describe-the way it began was-well, in the east of our country there’s a lake- that is, there was a lake-Lake Foamingbroth we called it. Well, the way it began was like this. One day Lake Foamingbroth wasn’t there anymore-it was gone. See?” “You mean it dried up?” Gluckuk inquired. “No,” said the will-o’-the-wisp. “Then there’d be a dried-up lake. But there isn’t. Where the lake used to be there’s nothing-absolutely nothing. Now do you see?” “A hole?” the rock chewer grunted. “No, not a hole,” said the will-o’-the-wisp despairingly. “A hole, after all, is something. This is nothing at all.” The three other messengers exchanged glances. “What-hoo-does this nothing look like?” asked the night-hob. “That’s just what’s so hard to describe,” said the will-o’-the-wisp unhappily. “It doesn’t look like anything. It’s-it’s like-oh, there’s no word for it.” “Maybe,” the tiny suggested, “when you look at the place, it’s as if you were blind.” The will-o’-the-wisp stared openmouthed. “Exactly!” it cried. “But where-I mean how-I mean, have you had the same. ..?” “Wait a minute,” the rock chewer crackled. “Was it only this one place?” “At first, yes,” the will-o’-the-wisp explained. “That is, the place got bigger little by little. And then all of a sudden Foggle, the father of the frogs, who lived in Lake Foamingbroth with his family, was gone too. Some of the inhabitants started running away. But little by little the same thing happened to other parts of Moldymoor. It usually started with just a little chunk, no bigger than a partridge egg. But then these chunks got bigger and bigger. If somebody put his foot into one of them by mistake, the foot-or hand-or whatever else he put in-would be gone too. It didn’t hurt-it was just that a part of whoever it was would be missing

    Marta KamińskaMarta KamińskaVor 5 Monate
  • I'm sure someone already said this but I heard the best comparison was to close one eye. If you close both eyes you see black, if you close one eye...you see the nothing!

    Sarah FrickSarah FrickVor 5 Monate
  • You are wrong. It’s what you can’t read from 200 feet away not see. You can still see a blurry car but you couldn’t read what they can read with 20/20.

    Kasey DuttonKasey DuttonVor 5 Monate
  • Why would it matter if the sun damaged your eyes you already can’t see

    Kasey DuttonKasey DuttonVor 5 Monate
  • Oh my gosh! Without her glasses my mother is almost legally blind. Wow. I knew her vision was bad but I didn’t realize it was that bad.

    Mary ClarkMary ClarkVor 5 Monate
  • “They see nothing” that’s 🤯 it’s like ... i cant ... I.... wooooowwwww

    francisco jorgefrancisco jorgeVor 5 Monate
  • Hey molly ! Not hating or trying to insult u AT ALL ( I’m just trying to educate my self) : How can u appreciate (like u said”visual things”) if u can’t see them ? Like do u just feel happier if u look nicer ? or like idk but I’m really curious about it ...

    francisco jorgefrancisco jorgeVor 5 Monate
  • My dad and uncle are blind and wear regular glasses. My dad's left eye is brown and right eye is blue.

    Minerva GomezMinerva GomezVor 5 Monate
  • There are two analogies that help me wrap my head around seeing nothing: - It's like seeing out of your elbow, just not a thing (stole this one from Tommy Edison the blind DEhaver) - Birds have a magnetic sense (the perceive the Earth's magnetic fields), humans don't. When you hear about it, you can sort of imagine what it's like but you don't have any lived experience of what it actually is. You don't feel a lack of it (like blackness often feels in relation to sight), you just don't feel its existence at all in any way

    Ina RaykovaIna RaykovaVor 5 Monate
  • This was an interesting video. I stumbled upon it as a recommendation on my channel. I'm not blind, but have psychological disorders that are commonly misunderstood. (ex: Anxiety Disorder does NOT = Stress! It's actually the body's inability to handle stress appropriately; it's NOT stress in and of itself. "But you don't LOOK disabled!" Is freaking annoying!) It's eye opening to see how someone with a physical disability copes with the public. Definitely things I wasn't aware of about the blind community! Thanks for sharing.

    Simore SimsSimore SimsVor 5 Monate
  • I feel that a good way of trying to explain seeing nothing, is to ask someone to think about what they can see out of, for example, their knee... The answer is nothing. Because the knee has no way to try and see anything..

    Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • I would never know she is blind.

    Janine KennedyJanine KennedyVor 5 Monate
  • Weird fact my mother is Legally Blind I am 13 and very close to becoming legally blind

    Heaven MiracleHeaven MiracleVor 5 Monate
  • Such a harmul video to the blind and VI community. I rather people assume I cant see something than assume I can, I rather someone ask me questions. Its so nice you dont need sunglasses for painul glare and photo sensitivity but many of us do, outdoors and indoors. You shouldnt say no people see black. If you're going to spread misinformtion as facts you should keep using that slogan of "I'm not speaking for all blind people, I am Molly who happens to be blind".

    A Google userA Google userVor 5 Monate
    • Molly does wear sunglasses for glare etc. As for the blindness seeing black, she's saying that people assume blindness *always* equals seeing black, and she is NOT saying that it doesn't exist. She's pointing out there's a spectrum between sighted and "blackness" in the blind. Completely blind will be when someone has basically zero nerves or even eyes. You can't see "black" if you don't have eyes.

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • I understood the first time about thee blind spectrum

    Normal PersonNormal PersonVor 5 Monate
  • #mythsaboutbeingblind You cant have eye problems since birth (said by my bulies at my old school)

    Jaboskiproductions 95Jaboskiproductions 95Vor 5 Monate
  • How can your mother not understand the concept of 'legaly blind'? 🤷🏻

    VeeJay ASMRVeeJay ASMRVor 5 Monate
  • I’ve learned so much about blindness and disabilities in general from molly.

    Christine WeihbrechtChristine WeihbrechtVor 5 Monate
  • I've found a possible(?I might be wrong lol) way to kinda conceptualise seeing nothing is if you cover one eye completely with your hand, then look out the other eye, what fully blind people see is what you see through the covered eye (which for me is nothing not even black)

    hollzhollzVor 5 Monate
    • That's how I tried to do it too (blocked eye closed too, maybe?). There's no black in front of that eye. It's just not there.

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • Excellent video! Educational and insightful. Thank you, Molly. Please make more like this video.

    Laura BrownLaura BrownVor 5 Monate
  • Molly:Starts talking about how blind people are portrayed in media. Me : Thinks of Jayfeather from Warrior cats All jokes aside, Molly I want to know your honest opinion on how they portrayed a blind character in the Warrior Cats series by Erin Hunter . Specifically Power of Three.

    Sofiya SharovaSofiya SharovaVor 5 Monate
  • I actually met a blind person on a bus once. I knew he was blind because:1, He had a cane , and he was using to feel everything , 2, I think he told the bus driver he was blind, 3, Aaaaand he had cloudy eyes.I

    Sofiya SharovaSofiya SharovaVor 5 Monate
  • Damn thank god for glasses/contacts...my prescription is -5.75 (20/200 is is equivalent to -2.5)............

    Quinn KellyQuinn KellyVor 5 Monate
  • I see that nothing you speak of lol absolutely nothing! It’s like I don’t have eyes

    sightlessherosightlessheroVor 5 Monate
    • Kerry H aw thanks! X

      sightlessherosightlessheroVor 5 Monate
    • I'm not liking you seeing nothing. I'm liking your explanation ☺️

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • The term in the UK is “non-disabled” the phrase able bodied is outdated. I am completely blind and laugh my arse off when guys tell me they look like brad Pitt all the time 😂😂

    sightlessherosightlessheroVor 5 Monate
  • When she said blind people see nothing, not black? I felt some anxiety in my stomach. Whew!!

    MelissaMelissaVor 5 Monate
  • Ok the non-existence concept makes me think of what my daughter says when driving to a new city. She says that the streets, the land marks just don’t exist in her brain map. Not until she’s driven there and explored the town that it begins to ‘draw’ itself along with what you already knew. Hopefully that wasn’t too confusing. Hugs.

    SuperVeeveezSuperVeeveezVor 5 Monate
  • Yo Molly; I like the hair... it looks good! really.

    Mark LuckingMark LuckingVor 5 Monate
  • My grandma was blind but she could sometimes see us (I'm not sure exactly what she saw though) if we wore white shirts, although I think this dropped off in later years. She could also see white christmas lights and some other things like that.

    LauraLauraVor 5 Monate
  • I really recommend the book stand by me by judi curtin

    Alannah ByrneAlannah ByrneVor 5 Monate
  • I had a cousin who was born blind who would feel faces, and when I was little my mom made me let her feel my face. It did freak me out since I was so young and couldn’t understand, but now I know that was just her way of finding out what I looked like and she probably only did it because I was a family member. She has since passed 💔 but that was my first memory of encountering a blind person so for a long time I assumed every blind person felt Faces, so thank you Molly for always educating people like me who may have misconceptions about the community.

    Samantha TSamantha TVor 5 Monate
  • I cringe when people talk about being blind when they take off their glasses. Uh yeah. Not the same thing.

    Laura RodriguezLaura RodriguezVor 5 Monate
  • In the unexpected event, that you reading this: Did you ever watched Avatar - The last airbender. And if so, what do you think about the character Toph. I always felt like she was one of the exceptions, were someone blind is portraited acuratly. But I would like to know what an actualy blind person thinks about that. Also I wonder how do you feel in general about sighted people using blind characters in their storys, IF they portrai them acuratly?

    Ukulele ProductionsUkulele ProductionsVor 6 Monate
  • I loved what you said about the texture thing. In India, people have missed that whatever partner give to a blind person, they will take it I am a guy who prefer a light skin girl, with long straight hair. It could be wavy as well, I don’t mind. And I really love feeling blonde hair, it just feels good. I don’t know how to describe that.

    Roman DodiaRoman DodiaVor 6 Monate
  • Nothing 😧

    Kelsie JKelsie JVor 6 Monate
  • what's wrong with your hair? it looks cute!

    Maggie McCauslinMaggie McCauslinVor 6 Monate
  • Please make a video possibly as a collaboration with an eye doctor about all the different types of blindness and what each one “sees”

    Rawan S.Rawan S.Vor 6 Monate
    • @LyraMadeline technically they could create images of the "average" view of people with different eye diseases. One of Molly's conditions is associated with tunnel vision, for example

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
    • That would be an impossible video to make because no blind person sees the same, even two people with the same condition

      LyraMadelineLyraMadelineVor 6 Monate
  • Number 5! I get the seeing completely nothing as that’s my blind right eye (apart from some peripheral vision).

    Sophie IrwinSophie IrwinVor 6 Monate
  • barrescue

    Lisa MüllerLisa MüllerVor 6 Monate
  • I cannot believe people force you to feel their face!! Thankfully that has never happened to me it would have totally freaked me out! PS i have LcA!

    Sarah McCabeSarah McCabeVor 6 Monate
  • IM A ADVID KILLER BEE

    Lily ParkesLily ParkesVor 6 Monate
  • Guys chill, it’s A GIRL FRIEND a friend that is a girl , not girlfirend 🤣🤣🤣🙄🙄🙄 (Btw i luv u 🥰❤️❤️❤️❤️🌈🔥)

    Yui AnineYui AnineVor 6 Monate
  • The concept of Nothing is actually talked about in an extremely interesting way in The Neverending Story - a book, and also a movie, in which parts of a fictional universe begin to disappear. The author takes great care to differentiate it from blackness, and in fact states that those viewing the Nothing feel as if they've lost their sight while looking at it, but that it's not the same at all as simply "seeing black," which I think can be really helpful for understanding the difference between what sighted people think of blindness as versus what blind people actually experience.

    havenshereagainhavenshereagainVor 6 Monate
    • I've never seen it, but it's nice when movies/book have interesting points/concepts like that

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • I love watching your videos they've been helping me learn so much. Im sighted but my eyes are horrible so its always been in the back of my mind wondering if its going to happen one day and also what its like. Thank you I love you Molly❤🐝

    Melody McCoyMelody McCoyVor 6 Monate
  • I am woried now... I am sighted and completly understand what is legaly blind, completly blind and the spectrum...

    TheBusyHoneyBeeTheBusyHoneyBeeVor 6 Monate
  • Wooooooooo best youtuber

    Ahmar Hallak123Ahmar Hallak123Vor 6 Monate
  • I don't know how many people also know a blind person who prefers to feel peoples faces! My friend tells me, it makes her more comfortable!

    Victoria ColeVictoria ColeVor 6 Monate
  • Molly, this is very educational. Thanks for posting.

    Tim CaspersonTim CaspersonVor 6 Monate
  • I really hate stigma around disabilities doesn't matter what type of disability

    ItsLily BItsLily BVor 6 Monate
  • i started watching this Chanel after my bff became blind . are teacher still asks her to read a book on her spare time and give her a book she cannot see as a recommendation.

    natalie meinnatalie meinVor 6 Monate
  • My sister is legally blind.. but somehow me someone with 20/20 vision runs into things and loses things in plain sight more than her.. I know that it just has to do with me being clumsy and just genuinely not processing everything that I’m seeing quick enough..

    Emma SchillingEmma SchillingVor 6 Monate
  • I’m legally blind I can’t wait though for the surgery.

    StarbrightDruzy QuartzStarbrightDruzy QuartzVor 6 Monate
  • Thank you for teaching me 💖

    Alien CatAlien CatVor 6 Monate
  • Can you make a different types of blindness video?

    firstname lastnamefirstname lastnameVor 6 Monate
  • Another example of blind eyes: Russian dude at my school has yellow eyes (pupils and iris) they’re wacky and remind me of orbs.

    Snail KaleSnail KaleVor 6 Monate
  • I started going blind in my right eye when I turned 18, at first if was just a little blurry but it's just gotten worse and worse, people got super offended over it when I started asking questions because "it's offensive to say you're going blind" which I didn't know? Idk, my doctor doesn't know if I'll go fully blind or not but I can't really use the right eye currently. I had no idea how many variations there were and honestly you could never tell I have eye trouble unless you're like, sitting next to me on my right and making like a face or sneaking up. I still feel weird talking about it because I got yelled at about it being offensive that I was scared because I was going blind/losing my eyesight.

    DelihlahDelihlahVor 6 Monate
    • @Delihlah I can imagine the fear, and it will be scary... Best thing you can do for your mental health is do your best to adapt as it's changing and find new hobbies and ways to do things

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
    • I'm still really scared tbh, sure I've gotten used to it but I'm honestly terrified I'll lose it completely, sure I cant really see out of it, everything is blurry if I shut my left eye but it's gotten worse over time, in the beginning I just couldn't see super far ahead. I'm scared that my other eye will start being affected because I have a career where I need my eyesight and my hobbies are reading/painting (I can't do audio books because I overthink everything and can never focus unless I'm reading it myself) and I live in a place where you kind of HAVE to drive and be super independent. I'm going to my doctor's and stuff but it's hard because I can't seem to talk about it without people getting upset at me but I need to talk to feel better if that makes sense.

      DelihlahDelihlahVor 6 Monate
  • This is the first video of yours I saw

    Maggie FluffyMaggie FluffyVor 6 Monate
  • So this is actually a thing in space too. Outer space isn't black its nothing.

    tygermybabyx3tygermybabyx3Vor 6 Monate
  • molly: "i have a girlfriend.." me for some milliseconds of my life: "she's bi (or pan)?!?! Y E S !!" me a few milliseconds later: "...oh"

    ShadowsongShadowsongVor 6 Monate
  • WE GOT OVER 2 MILLION!!!!! Congrats Molly!!

    HavenHavenVor 6 Monate
  • Are the senses of Blind people so accurate that you can't surprise them?

    O verdadeiro FelipãoO verdadeiro FelipãoVor 6 Monate
  • Thank you so much, I love these videos! Even though I am subscribed since years I need this kind of videos! Lots of love from Germany

    Sasa OldbarnSasa OldbarnVor 6 Monate
  • How do you know it is not black? I mean? Do you know what black looks like? How can you be sure its not black. Im legit confused

    Tixa RamosTixa RamosVor 6 Monate
    • Black is the absence of colour / light. But if your eye doesn't take in light and doesn't work like an eye should, then there will be no light and colour to try and see. Seeing "nothing" is basically like... Well, tell me what your toe can see? That's nothing..

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • I’m late to the party but whatever!! The explanation is so accurate for blind people so I’m partially sighted I can see out of my right eye but not my left I consider my self to be very lucky but her saying it’s nothing is accurate af the amount of people who cover their eye with their hand and go oh so it’s like this and I’m like um no and I didn’t know how to describe it but she did it so well ❤️

    Emmy Dickinson-SargiesonEmmy Dickinson-SargiesonVor 6 Monate
    • I think I've got a good explanation. Get someone to tell you what they can see out of their mouth... Or ears.. or hands... What do you think? 🙂

      Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • molly is good at explaining things for at least me to understand it, but im not saying shes wrong... i just dont understand seeing nothing without just darkness! Am i stupid?

    Froggay doing witchcraftFroggay doing witchcraftVor 6 Monate
  • congrats on 6 year anneversary on youtube! Love you sooo soo soo much❤❤

    paula bpaula bVor 6 Monate
  • I get it. because I have a lazy eye, I can only see out of part of my right eye. its not half black, its just nothing. I thought that was a really good explanation.

    Amber SimsssAmber SimsssVor 6 Monate
  • Very informative! Increased my awareness & perspective.

    LV7095 LVLV7095 LVVor 6 Monate
  • When you go to sleep you see nothing. That's how I thought of it.

    Samantha ClarkSamantha ClarkVor 6 Monate
  • I have a blind cousin who feels my hands and when he mets someone new he wants to feel there hand

    lovesocks hollowelllovesocks hollowellVor 6 Monate
  • Seeing NOTHING rather than black is a mind warp. Are there people who have been sighted and understand the concept of "black" who can describe what it feels like and is to suddenly not have a visual surface that your brain returns to of any specified colour? I can only think of moments when I'm really dazed or caught up in thought and not registering, so far as I can tell, any visuals that my eyes are seeing. Like slleping with eyes open . . .

    Myra GroenewegenMyra GroenewegenVor 6 Monate
  • I'd be REALLY interested in hearing a bit from your blind friend who's a fashion merchandiser. How does being a visual stuff hobbyist or business person differ for blind people who would choose to do it? I'd assumed they would just face so many reminders of their limitations nobody blind would bother, but if not there's a nuanced story I have to hear and wrap my puny visually-abled head around, clearly.

    Myra GroenewegenMyra GroenewegenVor 6 Monate
  • I hope this isn’t offensive but would you be offended if when your for example crossing a road some one wasn’t able to tap you so they say excuse me lady with a guide dog or would that be rude to say ??

    tinsletoes_playztinsletoes_playzVor 6 Monate
  • I would love to hear your opinion on movie “Scent of a woman” btw I love you

    Đurđa TomićĐurđa TomićVor 6 Monate
  • I appreciate #5 so much! I am sighted but I suffer from migraines that make me temporarily blind. It was because of these migraines that I started realizing that I always used to think that blindness was seeing black. During these episodes, I don't see black. I see nothing. It's so hard to explain but I'm glad this was addressed! I have this argument all the time with people I know. It's difficult to explain to people who haven't experienced it.

    Abby LeeAbby LeeVor 6 Monate
  • My Mom has almost the same sight as you. Her retna is hanging on, in one eye. So, Mom can see, just in front of her feet. I just found out about your channel, I was born when Mom was 25. She lost her vission right after that. It will be great to see your videos.

    Joseph DodgeJoseph DodgeVor 6 Monate
  • I didn't know you had a girlfriend. I'm not meaning to be rude I love your channel and love your dog!

    Schleich Horse Lover 100Schleich Horse Lover 100Vor 6 Monate
    • Lol I think she meant best friend. Im pretty sure shes straight. Might be wrong but yea

      BlueSoul •BlueSoul •Vor 6 Monate
  • #warly sqaid

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