Self-conscious nurse with vitiligo skin condition becomes stunning fashion model after years of bullying

“I’ve been visiting schools and churches, and teaching them about vitiligo.

“I teach people to never stigmatise people with conditions because it was really traumatising for me.

“I know how awful it is to be stigmatised, and I wouldn’t want anyone to experience what I did.

“People need to accept it in society.”

Enam claims years ago not only were her friendships affected, but also her love life.

Enam said: “My relationships were terrible, whoever I dated was embarrassed to be seen with me.
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