Is ableism (discrimination in favor of able-bodied people) a problem in this country?
The fine should be at least $500 for people like that.
As a disabled person ♿ , I observe it daily. Yes, it's a problem.
My everyday carry pocketknife has a glass breaker and a seat belt cutter. I'm thinking of a non-emergency use for that glass breaker...😃
Agreed. Saturday a perky little blonde walked out of the grocery, got into her red sports car parked in Handicapped and left her cart right in the middle of another Handicapped spot.
Clueless, could not care less, inconsiderate ... you name it.
Yes, although I believe it's exaggerated when compared to other forms of oppression.
I thought about shaking my cane at her but decided she probably wouldn’t care.
So I just said to myself: I hope she gets a flat tire. 😊
Sure it is. It’s also fiscally responsible