Audio slideshow: Kevin Connolly

Twenty-three-year-old Kevin Connolly was born without legs.

While at college, he decided to go around the world with his camera - and as people stared down at him, he took pictures of them. He published those images in a book, Double Take: A Memoir.

He talked to Outlook's Matthew Bannister about being "different" growing up, and why the act of staring is a bit like sex.

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The full interview with Kevin Connolly can be listened to on Outlook from the BBC World Service from Monday.

Pictures used with kind permission from Kevin Connolly.

Slideshow production by Dave Lee.

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