Steven Holcomb was a world champion bobsledder. But he had a secret. He was going blind. Here is an excerpt from his new memoir.
We need more unburdened men with curiosity.
This young man has the drive to succeed.
Blind people don’t sit around touching people’s faces to get a sense of what they look like, but they do experience attraction and care about appearance, just like everyone else.
It’s important to remember that your perspective isn’t always the truth.
Tommy Edison answers questions with humor from the seeing community.
How does that work?
And There Was Light: The autobiography of Jacques Lusseyran, blind hero of the French Resistance.
“Friends” producer Kevin Bright left Hollywood to teach at his alma mater, Emerson college, and in Boston found a new direction in life teaching blind students to create movies.
The recorded music of the late Reverend Gary Davis, an itinerant, blind street musician of the Jazz era, “simply sears my heart,” says G. Bruce Boyer.
Belo Cipriani, a visually-impaired author and speaker, talks about what it takes to be a good man in the 21st Century.
“Do blind men objectify a woman’s voice and sounds and scent? And if so, is this just as “bad,” or is it somehow less superficial because it’s not using visual inputs?”
“Well, alright, man, you’re buyin’, I’m flyin’.
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Think your sex life has problems? You’ve got nothing on this poor guy.