One of the main characters in a project I'm working on is a very facially unattractive albino girl. She lives in a world in which Albinism is frowned upon, those with albinism are considered abominations and are treated terribly. She is very much aware of the way other people react to her and throughout most of this story her personality is shaped by the bigotry she experiences during her interactions with other people. I was thinking about a few different names for her and then I thought, maybe it would be a better idea to just not give her an actual name until she moves past her hangups about her physical appearance. I'd use titles like "The Ugly White Girl" or "The Albino" or "The Abomination" throughout most of the story. I think this a pretty good idea but I don't see it a whole of the time. Perhaps it would create a bit of a disconnect between my audience and this character? What do you guys think?