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Fashion and Blindness1 min read

Fashion and Blindness

One of the common misconceptions about us people with visual disabilities is that we do not care about how we look. That fashion is not important to us because we can not see ourselves. I am blind, and it matters how I present myself to the public. I care about fashion just like many other women out there.

In this article, I’d like to address the questions that people often ask me regarding my clothing.

Read the full article at Billion Strong.

About the Authors

Jasmin Ambiong

Jasmin Ambiong

Social Media Coordinator, Ruh Global IMPACT

Jasmin has been in the telework industry for six years now and been through several roles. She’s been a finance transcriptionist, an online English ESL Tutor, a virtual assistant, a General Transcriptionist, a Usability Tester and a Social Media Coordinator. She did a number of things and she found that the roles that make her feel most fulfilled were the ones that in some way and somehow contribute to making things better for the lives of persons like her – persons with disabilities.

Jasmin has a degree in Business Administration – Management Information System. She said that telework was never one of her plans. Not even to work in disability inclusion or accessibility industry. Her dream has always been to work in the corporate world and have a successful corporate career. However, life has a better and different plan for her.

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