Albino Bias

Albino bias may refer to:

  • Negative, unrealistic and stereotyping depictions of albinism in popular culture
  • Actual persecution of people with albinism

Other articles related to "albino, albino bias":

Albinism In Popular Culture - History of The "evil Albino" Stereotype
... The "evil albino" stereotype may also have its roots in Neolithic Eastern Europe, where some cultures depicted Death as a pallid woman with light hair ... especially in European folklore, could also have contributed to albino bias ... Vail Reese theorizes that albino bias may be part of a broader Hollywood pattern of equating or at least linking skin disorders and appearance problems ...

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