Each and every time a human being is born and brought onto this earth, there is something special about them. Either they have a unique eye or hair color or these facial features are very distinct and resemble their parents. We just love seeing pictures that put a baby next to their parents and we can guess who got whose genes dominated the most in the end.
Most of the time, human beings are born with normal-looking features, but there are those rare occasions when genes go off in different directions and create some fascinating appearances. Some of these people may have felt at one time or another that they were freaks of nature and perhaps felt left out from the rest of the kids at school. But we are here to support the message that they should embrace their rare genetic traits and turn them into a symbol of uniqueness and individuality.
For those of you who do not know, Poliosis, or poliosis circumscripta as it is known in the medical community, is a genetic condition where white streaks of hair appear. So basically, anyone who has this has a chance at looking like Rogue from X-men. We think this is pretty stylish if you ask us.
We wonder if the white streak is the only thing they inherited from the genetic condition, perhaps they gained some of Rogues powers as well. That would really make some of us over here jealous, but for any of you X-men fans out there you would know that Rogue’s ability prohibits her to touch anyone.