Addressing Assumptions About MY Blindness…

15 Sep 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. 💕

  • Her water bottle looks like the pansexual pride flag

    Elizabeth AsmussenElizabeth AsmussenVor 14 Tage
  • Molly I love you, I don't care what content you make- it could be as far from blindness as possible, I would still enjoy the video because it's NOT just the content that I'm coming here for! I absolutely love YOU you're life and just WHO YOU ARE. I love your confidence I admire your taste in fashion and décor, I like just your laughs. I hope this gets through because just you as a person is amazing!

    A PawA PawVor 18 Tage
  • Well said!! I dig what you do, and your positive attitude ! Thank you for sharing these parts of your life experience, I love watching you speak truth and be straight up about the negative assumptions people make about you online, it's vulnerable and not an easy thing to do

    katkatVor 20 Tage
  • We love you molly 💜

    Kadie GalewalerKadie GalewalerVor 21 Tag
  • I love you molly. Youve felt like my only friend for the past few years. I havent really had anyone there for me but i feel like i can connect with you so much. And i love watching your videos. No matter what the content is

    Jenelle JerzykJenelle JerzykVor 24 Tage
  • She should add “ I am Molly and I am blind” to her intro

    Rachel CoxRachel CoxVor 24 Tage
  • I'm really surprised at some of the responses she said that she gets. it speaks so much about a lot of immaturity in the general public. When she was talking about period Care for example, I was like what are we children? how dare someone shame someone about a normal body function?! Maybe it's because I'm a nurse and see people with lots of different variances of personal care than "normal" for example people who have to deal with ostomies. My thing is if you can figure out a way that works for you then that's awesome and you should keep doing what works.

    sarah isarah iVor 27 Tage
  • I am aware that this vid is a few months old but I had to weigh in. I honestly think that the most frustrating thing that you addressed is the accusation that you are guilty of inspo-porn. •You are telling your own story, your mom, editor, boyfriend, etc are not speaking for you. •You are not using your disability to gain profit or harness any praise for doing something any abled/able bodied person can do. •You are not “over coming” your disability. You are not doing 5ks because if blind people can do it, anyone can. You talk about your experiences, and you do the things you enjoy, and also happen to be blind. There’s no “in spite of”. You are swimming and also happen to be blind. You are making tea, and you also happen to be blind. •You are not marketing your disability. You aren’t receiving these big donations and then talking about how incredibly kind and selfless that person or entity is. There is no talk of how kind the senior jock was to ask you to prom and because of that, he must a saint. Your mother is around and helps you and it makes her a hero, lifting her from mom status to this high pedestal for not leaving you or for loving you, when the reality is that she loves her child and just wants her to succeed, and her child happens to be blind. I’m physically and mentally disabled, and my vision is deteriorating. I’ve lost a large chunk over the summer and I will likely need a shunt placed in order to prevent CSF fluid from building up and blinding me. I lost half my vision last time, and about half of what was lost was permanent. I could wake up tomorrow and be completely blind. And I have been struggling to deal with this for over three years, and I’m not 14, I’m 28. You have shown me a lot of different things that, should I lose my sight further, are options for me. My fiancé noticed I couldn’t see what the buttons on my microwave said anymore, so she drew me a diagram that I could read and hung it on the cabinet above. Now, I personally think she’s a saint for loving me lol, but in reality, she just loves me and the person she loves also happens to be disabled. So, you’ve taught me a lot as far as adapting and accepting things. I truly appreciate that. Thank you.

    Trinity HollonTrinity HollonVor Monat
  • Love this! Awesome video. Thank you!

    Chronically HopefulChronically HopefulVor Monat
  • I absolutely love that you don’t define yourself and your channel solely on your blindness. It’s great to see a gorgeous young woman whose into fashion and design and is also blind. As someone who is legally blind, but able to see with glasses- I find it fascinating. Going blind someday is one of my biggest fears because aesthetics are so important to me. For me, this is relateable even though I’m not in your shoes. You show me the joy in life and color and beauty doesn’t diminish with your sight. I think it’s incredible, and it’s relieved my fears greatly 🤎 I forget you’re blind all the time when I watch your videos. I’ve never felt “sorry” for you just because you’re blind. Because you’re so full of joy, you take the fear out of it for me. 💞

    ForestfairyForestfairyVor 2 Monate
  • I'm from Ontario too!!! Just found you today 💜💜 were only 2 1/2 hours away from each other ! That's so cool

    LoKaee2LoKaee2Vor 2 Monate
  • It was sad to hear about the period shaming. We shouldn't judge each other's periods, whether another person is blind or not. (I myself am not blind, but I do get some hate for stuff related to my period, so I sort of understand.)

    Ziva DavidZiva DavidVor 2 Monate
  • As humanity, we really need to connect to other people more at the mental, intellectual and spiritual level. We are too much caught up in the superficial layers of the body - you are thin/ are fat, you are white/ black, old/young, with an arm/ without one. This is making us petty and shallow. We all have something beautiful to receive and offer to the world, so lets focus on that. And Ms Burke, you are a remarkable woman, best wishes from India❤️

    LaggardInLoveLaggardInLoveVor 3 Monate
  • I love you molly

    Davidord027Davidord027Vor 3 Monate
  • I love you Molly!

    Emilie SvenssonEmilie SvenssonVor 3 Monate
  • Hey Molly. I'm a writer trying to make a sort of realistic blind girl who's loosing her sight and was wondering if you(or some of your RP killer bees) could kind of help me with this so I end up with a realistic story and don't hurt anyone. Thanks!

    Lisa OwenLisa OwenVor 3 Monate
  • I think you should interview your friends or other blind people ☺️

    Sara SjöbergSara SjöbergVor 3 Monate
  • How does anyone hate on Molly? She is one of the sweetest people. Most of these myths about her cannot be from people who actually watch her videos. And I bet those who complain now that some of her content is not about blindness would judge her for only making blindness related content, if that was all she did....

    Deni ADeni AVor 3 Monate
  • Thanks so much for making this video, show them haters! I had seen a few people being hateful in a disability Facebook group that I’m in and I found it so disturbing. :(

    nimrodgrrrlnimrodgrrrlVor 3 Monate
  • Molly you inspire me so much. I hope that some day I can own my disabilitys the same way you do yours.

    Cierra CraneCierra CraneVor 3 Monate
  • mama bee is so cute ♡♡

    sammiee .sammiee .Vor 3 Monate
  • I think you are making a difference I’m sighted and if it wasn’t for your videos I would be completely ignorant on blindness and disability

    • A Name •• A Name •Vor 3 Monate
  • It’s no ones business on whither you fit their model of independence.

    Jane AnnJane AnnVor 3 Monate
  • No hate but can blind people see their dreams?

    Emily KennedyEmily KennedyVor 3 Monate
  • Love all of your videos have a good day

    chelsea carterchelsea carterVor 3 Monate
  • You're so pretty. I love you so much ❤

    Rach MarieRach MarieVor 3 Monate
  • 1. I will continue to watch anything you create. 2. I cannot believe people would shame you for how you deal with your period!

    Raccoon SpiritRaccoon SpiritVor 3 Monate
  • Thank you for your beautiful spirit, Molly. I didn’t know any better- I used terms like “ sight impaired” or “ differentky abled” etc years ago because it was socially promoted, but your channel [&another one] informed me. I see you as Molly- so deep, so self-reflective. Thanks for the apt tour, boyfriend vid, etc. i and many others appreciate you. I celebrate the good fortune and great space you’re in. Greetings from Chicago.

    ccVor 3 Monate
  • Is it bad that I hardly think of your blindness unless you’re addressing it? I just enjoy you and the content you produce. I don’t mean that offensively, I just genuinely don’t focus on it.

    AlwaysTubin9213AlwaysTubin9213Vor 3 Monate
  • I never commented on the period video, I don't think. But girl, I work in home care, often with disabled individuals, and I've had to deal with women on their periods before (helping change products, etc) so that didn't even sound weird to me, that you needed help. Plus I have female friends who have needed help in that department. Doesn't even register that people might think it's weird or gross, because to me it isn't. It's just something that you do.

    Aedra101Aedra101Vor 3 Monate
  • Im so supportive of you Molly. I hope that you keep making content that you are passionate about and telling your authentic truth. 💕

    Rachel KaysRachel KaysVor 3 Monate
  • You can be inspired by Molly because she's a DEhaver with over 2 million subscribers, or because she wrote a book. NOT because she woke up, got ready, and went to the grocery store.

    Emu SparkyEmu SparkyVor 3 Monate
  • "I'm not trying to be somebody that people like, I'm trying to be myself." , Molly Burke, 2020

    Emu SparkyEmu SparkyVor 3 Monate
  • You're amazing and doing amazing work don't listen to the haters

    anna collinsanna collinsVor 3 Monate
  • I like when you do callab videos w other DEhavers, esp videos where you sort of challenge each other. I love all your videos tho! and im sure its a small group of ppl that are making these comments you have mentioned. im sure most ppl absolutely love everything you put out just like me!

    It's ya girl IndicaIt's ya girl IndicaVor 3 Monate
  • You’re my favorite DEhave thanks for being you 🤍

    Jordan MorenoJordan MorenoVor 3 Monate
  • Why do I LOVE you in that oatmeal color? Wow!?

    Bryon WilcoxsonBryon WilcoxsonVor 3 Monate
  • Your skin and makeup look really good. Very beautiful. Just a positive observation xoxo

    Michelle 216Michelle 216Vor 3 Monate
  • I cant believe people can be so horrible to you, you're so wholesome and educational and lovely 💚 One lil thing though - not a criticism, just a smol tip - try to refer to people who menstruate as "people who menstruate" as opposed to women. Not all people with periods identify as women 💜 Much love! 🥰🖤

    Samantha AimeeSamantha AimeeVor 3 Monate
  • galaxy brain molly

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    - stream in a dream -- stream in a dream -Vor 3 Monate
  • I love you molly, lots of love and light from south africa

    Ria HRia HVor 3 Monate
  • I just wanted to say a quick thank you Molly for educating me on disability and for being an outlet to ask questions and being so open and vulnerable with all of us. You are an amazing woman and I am so so happy for you and for all of the great things going on in your life. Congratulations on having your boyfriend move in! You two are totally the cutest. Okay before I ramble on, just a huge thank you for being you and I can't wait to watch your channel continue to grow!

    Nicole LiveoakNicole LiveoakVor 3 Monate
  • Love what you said about if you're only ever talking about how your different then it makes it harder for the public to realize that we're the same.

    Sami EylSami EylVor 3 Monate
  • Love the Roots hoodie 🤩🇨🇦(need a beaver emoji) 😂😂😂

    Geeky NewfieGeeky NewfieVor 3 Monate
  • You show people how it could be to live blind, there is so much more to you than your blindness. I have followed you for years, and I have always enjoyed watching your videos. Your positivity is contagious :) Followed you for years, and you have always made me happy or made me think about how unavailable some things really are. I have seen your channel grow, and it has been an amazing journey to follow.Thank you for letting us in on that journey

    Malin MurhedMalin MurhedVor 3 Monate
  • Molly- I've always liked your balance of blind-related vs. lifestyle content. I really value the opportunity to learn more about how you experience the world as a blind person. But I also just enjoy watching you as an entertainer and it's genius the way you weave those different parts of your life together on your channel.

    Christina LeeChristina LeeVor 3 Monate
  • ROOTS! 🇨🇦

    Jordi PJordi PVor 3 Monate
  • love ur personality....u remind me of me,,,,,,,, super love ur relationship with mom,,,,,,,, love u have gone thru your journey and are in a positvie . self confident place..........i can relate, in other ways. good for u............. super respect it,,,,,,,,,,,,not taking this too serious. lol.

    Alice AmburgeyAlice AmburgeyVor 3 Monate
  • I have 4 daughters ages 14, 19, 24 & step 28. All fully sighted. I have helped them all navigate their periods. They have called me in to ask: "is this pad full enough or should I keep it on longer?" "Is this normal flow or should we go to the doctor?" "Can you help me learn how to put pads in?" " Can you help me clean my stained underwear, sheets, clothes?" No one should shame you on how you navigate hygiene. The point is you are being HYGIENIC! Who cares how you get to point B?! Women are taught to be ashamed of their bodies and therefore ashame others. It is not good. It is not helpful. A period is a natural process and dealing with it should not be taboo! I had friends growing up who had their mom's insert their tampons for months because they could not bring themselves to do it. Once it was full then they would wear a pad the rest of the school day. My kids also called me into the bathroom through their teens to ask, "is this poop normal?" That is ok. I just dealt with it factual and never shamed them. They all have gifted IQ's and still needed help and reassurance. People can not ask how you deal with your period, watch your video and then JUDGE! They wanted to know! Keep up the amazing work of being you Molly!

    Kyla RobinsonKyla RobinsonVor 3 Monate
  • Just keep being you, Molly! 💕 There is so much you can do to a point with people that don't want to understand. Love everything you're doing and learning too. Keep living ur truth. 🤗

    MissCD5girlMissCD5girlVor 3 Monate
  • Ugh I love Molly so much. She is literally one of my favorite humans. ❤️

    Shea HalpernShea HalpernVor 3 Monate
  • Just had to come and say how much I appreciate what you do. I've been a DEhaver and public figure for many years now, and I happen to be blind, as well. I've gotten so much flak from people regarding my blindness, and, as you, a lot of assumptions have been made about me and what I do. You're not alone for sure. Thanks for doing this!

    Ira RobinsonIra RobinsonVor 3 Monate
  • So I’m going blind, and I obviously can’t work, so I think I’m going to start a DEhave 🤪🤩

    Rebeca ElizabethRebeca ElizabethVor 3 Monate
  • Literally when i warch your videos i never think your blind, i just think whats the tea for today😅

    JohnnyJohnnyVor 3 Monate
  • 1:10 I'm not sure if that was a sound effect or if it was real. 3:05 That *would* be sad. 5:47 Why? It's not your fault what's happening to others.

    Bert VisscherBert VisscherVor 3 Monate
  • Megan SkentelberyMegan SkentelberyVor 3 Monate
  • I love your water bottle/ tea bottle. Where’d you get it?

    Ayla ThorsbakkenAyla ThorsbakkenVor 3 Monate
  • When I first found you on DEhave I saw you in a collab and I didn't even know you were blind and wanted to watch you again because you were funny and wanted to watch you then I saw that you were blind and I was shocked.

    Ayvah BankoshAyvah BankoshVor 3 Monate
  • 👀 You probably won't read this but I'll write it anyway I watch your videos not because I can relate, we have little in common, but because you have a beautiful energy and your videos can be as educational as much as entertaining, plus I've learned a lot about disability (and other things) which can be really helpful 🙏🏼 Be happy and stay safe [: P.s. Adrien seems like a great guy, wish you two all the happiness!!

    Dylan RibeiroDylan RibeiroVor 3 Monate
  • I love your videos so so much. And your so nice and by the way i love your hoodie. But I'm just kind of confused. Is the only reason your mom is there because your mom helps you with your career? I know you love each other and she chooses to be there but i don't get how the only reason is because of your career. But i do love you and i know this at sounded rude but I'm confused.

    BellaB 33BellaB 33Vor 3 Monate
  • Hi I don't remember if I made a comment on the bra video, but I really liked it and it lead to a very interesting conversation on my geek chicks whatsapp group.

    Ela EsquivelEla EsquivelVor 3 Monate
  • People can be very closed minded sometimes. Spreading negativity and hate when there is something wrong with ourselves, lives, and mind.

    Barbara SoaresBarbara SoaresVor 3 Monate
  • Keep making content of whatever you like no matter what other people may think of some videos. It's your channel, you as person, your choice, your dishability 👍👍👍 keep up with the good work. No dishability, handicap of a same kind is gonna be the same bc their is a person behind it and everyone is different. I also have a visual dishabilty but it's not thr handicap that defines me ...

    L_C CL_C CVor 3 Monate
  • We love you too!

    Natalie StephensNatalie StephensVor 3 Monate
  • I personally always prefer the videos where you talk about blindness. I know you're a real person and can get a cat and stuff, I just don't love you as a celebrity as much as I love you for the stuff you teach me. But. I just don't watch the ones I'm not interested in. I don't care if you make videos for you or for other people who want more! :) And to be honest - I'm one of the ones who LOVED your bra video! I was blown away!! I've been doing it wrong all my life!! And I loved your mom interview, boyfriend interview, things like that. I say do it because you want to and let the numbers show what the crowd wants more of.. if you happen to be wondering. But don't just do it for other people either; making something for you is totally wonderful ♡ On this random suggestion/opinion thread, I'd also like to add that I love THE MOST videos where you are just sitting there, peacefully talking, with minimal editing cuts. (And I love lists, and super appreciate numbers written on the screen, by the way! Thanks for those!!) I don't mind when you and your mom joke on the side a bit, but I prefer when you kind of get to the point, even if you're telling a long, long story :) I love you! Thanks for your channel!! Please make more videos! ♡

    EowynG191EowynG191Vor 3 Monate
  • Molly you go girl and some people are just gonna hate to hate but those who love you do so because you are you and not because you are inspiring but because you are one badass chick! Sorry for the language if that offends anyone but I feel it’s true I find your spunk refreshing.

    rlj38823 Drlj38823 DVor 3 Monate
  • I like you!

    CoffeeLover2010CoffeeLover2010Vor 3 Monate
  • Would you consider doing a video about blindness from your mom's perspective? How she coped, navigated the healthcare system, and did everything she needed to do to make you the capable and strong woman you are now.

    Kathy RaynerKathy RaynerVor 3 Monate
  • People are so mean sometimes. Just because you can see a shadow sometimes doesn't mean you aren't blind. I'm sorry some people are so mean.

    CoffeeLover2010CoffeeLover2010Vor 3 Monate
  • Molly I love you so much and love your Channel. Though my disabilities stems from ehlers-danlos syndrome, vision is one of the parts of my body impacted by my disease. Regardless though if I had full site or not I still have a great appreciation for your channel and how you represent yourself as an individual who also has disabilities not as a representative for the disabled community. It breaks my heart how many times I have seen people say unkind things have judged you or have tried to shame you for being so brave to get in front of the camera and discuss some of the most personal and intimate details a human being can go through. In fact most human beings go through many of these things they just are too ashamed to talk about it and you bravely put yourself on a platform in front of millions to shake off the taboo of certain subjects. I really hope the voices of your supporters can rally around you and be the loudest voices you hear because you're offering so much value and compassion through your channel, while also expressing things that bring you joy or special interests you have. You show how well-rounded every human being is regardless of physical ability or not. Hang in there girl and keep shooting down the haters because they have no place in your life. Your heart and headspace has no room for them. Hopefully they will be able to learn compassion at some point and hopefully they will begin to learn to have an open mind and if they don't that's just too bad because they're missing out on a really awesome human being.

    laslasVor 3 Monate
  • I'm not sure many of these comments come from anybody who had actually watched a video.

    Melissa StephanMelissa StephanVor 3 Monate
  • I love that you make videos about everything. They are fun and educational and I love you so much. It’s also just great to see the things you love to do and how you are able to do them despite being blind ! Keep doing what you do and what you love because we are here to support you 😊

    Rachel ModhaRachel ModhaVor 3 Monate
  • The cheek contour is snatchhheddddd

    NU KwokNU KwokVor 4 Monate
  • a very long time ago I saw a video of her doing makeup saying she was blind i didn't believe it but now I have watched her and heard her story i don't understand why anyone would hate on molly she is so beautiful, positive and encouraging she is breaking stigmas against the blind community and giving valuable information

    liv gliv gVor 4 Monate
  • I just want to send some positivity your way, because you sharing those vulnerable videos means a lot to some of us in the blind and visually impaired community. There is no right way to do these things or to live. You just have to do what is right for you as an individual, just as we all do.

    Dani Marie AUCDani Marie AUCVor 4 Monate
  • There's so much stigma around periods in general and I'm horrified by the comments you've received, I don't know if you're being shamed for needing assistance (which, hello, sighted girls ask their friends to check for blood spots on their pants/skirts all the time, I certainly did this in highschool) or for daring to put someone through the HORRIBLE ordeal of looking at some blood (because periods are disgusting apparently) either way its ridiculous, like you said there's no shame in choosing what works for you/your body/your disability.

    LuckinduckLuckinduckVor 4 Monate
  • Hi Molly, I am a new watcher and fan of yours I totally agree that making both blind and non-blind related videos are great. You do you! Thank you for being brave and sharing some vulnerable topics, for example, the boob video taught me a lot about how I am wearing the wrong bra size and I am not alone when it comes to body shaming. I am very happy (and a bit envious) that you found an awesome guy. I wish you much happiness!

    Melody AndrulesMelody AndrulesVor 4 Monate
  • It doesn't matter what I think. But to help support, you are a wonderful multifaceted human and I greatly appreciate all your content. It honestly just shows how much bias people have against certain communities when they choose to ridicule those who step outside the perceived box. So continue to "get it" . 😁

    Humble Pie ProductionHumble Pie ProductionVor 4 Monate
  • Molly is GLOWING

    Miranda FurtadoMiranda FurtadoVor 4 Monate
  • I love you Molly

    Denise FlatteryDenise FlatteryVor 4 Monate
  • This seems like a list of assumptions made by people who do not make the effort to learn about you. Molly your channel has taught me so much and you are a beautiful spirit, unfortunately there will always be people who chose to make assumptions because of their own biases. You are vital. That being said, thank you for all you are doing.

    KamisKissesKamisKissesVor 4 Monate
  • I don’t think all the hate is deserved, but in all fairness, she does ramble on and not stick to a script on her videos and it reflects in her subscriber count.

    Rachael RiceRachael RiceVor 4 Monate
  • I’m high key mad at those body shamers 😡 we just all need to be more “mind my business” and polite and understanding individuals As always, very informative and warm Molly ❤️

    AnokyefulAnokyefulVor 4 Monate
  • I’m so sorry you were shamed for how you deal with your period! That video was one of your most interesting and eye opening videos for me because it’s something I’ve never thought of before! And I know for me my period tapers off really slowly so I spot for like 3 days at the end and it doesn’t feel super obvious so I check all the time to see if it’s done. So I totally understand why you do that and as you said, this is how you as molly deal with your blindness and accommodate your disability.

    amwoWOAHamwoWOAHVor 4 Monate
  • God your forehead looks huge in this video!

    happycakes45happycakes45Vor 4 Monate
  • I don’t know if you’ll ever read this molly, but as I sighted person I started watching your videos because I love fashion and lifestyle videos. You’ve encourage me in my own fashion choices to be more bold and less within what’s trendy. I also didn’t realize you were blind until I binged more of those fashion videos you make review brands. And, I also remembered I watched the video with you and niki demar talking about your condition. However, like you said, every time I watch you or see you post on Instagram I’m not thinking about your blindness but your positivity and happiness. I’ll probably never meet you but you’ve made my life better by providing me some entertainment to watch will studying in college or a thing or two on dos and don’ts of fashion. Also, your video about not wearing a push up has helped me with my own body confidence issues because my body has substantially changed from when I was teenager to now being an adult and I sometimes wished I had bigger boobs to what I have now but you’ve inspired to rock with what I got. So overall, thank you and thank you for making at least a couple thousand of people’s lives better.

    Paola SibaustePaola SibausteVor 4 Monate
  • I think Molly should talk more about the privileges she does hold that make her experiences as a blind person easier than others.

    Daniela EscobarDaniela EscobarVor 4 Monate
  • These assumptions are from people that haven’t seen your videos... not sure how much this video will help - all your other videos have the same message, especially the ones where you explicitly say how you are fortunate or that you don’t speak for all blind people. Haters will hate!

    r@munyar@munyaVor 4 Monate
  • I never was informed about people with disabilities when I was younger, so finding out you guys live just like us and aren't incredibly different like society portrays you was so incredibly odd for me. I truly believe learning about blindness because of Molly opened my eyes to how people with disabilities are treated and live.

    Alpha WolfAlpha WolfVor 4 Monate
  • Im so sorry you recieved this hate Molly. I love your videos so much, and you have educated me on so much! I never knew about the bras thing, until I watched your video and I was shocked on how much I related, i know so much about blindness now, and being a petite curvy women myself I really appreciate you trying out brands before I do, so i know what to except. Everytime I see a new video from you, I get excited. You are genuinely one of my favorite DEhavers, and I love all your content. I can believe there were people who actually shamed you for the way you deal with your period. The only thing I can say about that, is those people who shamed you are DISGUSTING. Thankyou for continuing to be unapologetically you!

    IsIsVor 4 Monate
  • Way to tell it like it is!! Thx love. x

    Siobhán K.Siobhán K.Vor 4 Monate
  • Girl you don't need to feel guilty. You are helping a ton of people. I love you Molly.

    Ariane DelormeAriane DelormeVor 4 Monate
  • I came to molly's channel on a fashion video not even knowing she was blind. I stayed for her personality and learned so about the disiblity community and fashion! I love molly she is my favorite DEhaver ♥️

    31 Flavors31 FlavorsVor 4 Monate
  • Excellent video, Molly!

    Linda OldershawLinda OldershawVor 4 Monate
  • can you make am afvice video for us visually impared/blond people bc i need it right now

    Taylor NicoleTaylor NicoleVor 4 Monate
  • I so agree on Molly's comment about people shaming her for the way she chose to acomindat her disability. I've had a really hard time with haveing to deal with people not approving of the way I acomindat my disabilities. For me it was really hard to deal with the fact that not everyone is going to approve. It was hard for me to see that people are going to judge no matter what I did. The choices I made were for my better being and I see that now. I've always work so hard to try and fit in and not need abominations. Not until this year did I realize that I shouldn't be the one changing. Needing abomination isn't a bad thing. We as a disabled community really need to bring that into the light. So that the new younger generation hopefully won't feel that need.

    Alivia MercerAlivia MercerVor 4 Monate
  • I am not blind but I have learned so much about misconceptions and how to deal with them. Thank you.

    Roberta MillerRoberta MillerVor 4 Monate
  • Molly as a wheelchair-bound business owner THANK YOU for this video. If I hard a dollar for every time I was told to "shut up and take a disability check i'd be a millionaire! Thank you for busting disability misconception. You inspired me to start my youtube channels!

    Golden Opportunities Coaching:Golden Opportunities Coaching:Vor 4 Monate
  • You look amazing in this video

    Shakila MovassaghiShakila MovassaghiVor 4 Monate