11-year-old Supatra Sasupha has a busted chromosome that's left her with Ambras Syndrome, a rarity that, in case you couldn't tell, causes a person to grow thick hair everywhere. But, despite laser hair removal being ineffective, this isn't a sad story, this is a story of the triumph of the human/'were-girl' spirit. You see, Supatra doens't give a fuuuuuuuuuu.
But while most sufferers have been shunned, Supatra has gradually been embraced by her community, and became a popular and outgoing child.
The bubbly little girl is also determined not to let her condition prevent her from leading a normal life.
She said: 'I like to study maths so I can be good at it and teach it to younger children so they can do it too.
'I want to become a doctor so I can help patients when they get injured.
'I want to help people who get hurt and help cure people.'
'It does sometimes make it difficult to see when it gets long.I hope I will be cured one day.'
Now, what was it you were complaining about? Because I'm not gonna lie, it doesn't sound that important anymore. Does it? BE THANKFUL YOU WHINY ASSHATS. Also, anybody who feels like making fun of her in the comments is a 30-year old who can't grow a beard and is butthurt about it.
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Thanks to clark and Tracy, who, like me, treat everyone with love & compassion. Except bad drivers, they get hate & dirty words AND DESERVE IT.