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Confused_Leaf

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I feel like able bodied people that sit in disabled seating on public transit should be fined when they refuse to give up their seat to a disabled person. The number of times that I’ve stood on the train because people won’t give up their seat is ridiculous. They should police these people to prevent from accessibility being taking from disabled folks because people are greedy. Your thoughts?

    • Joytotheworld

      576d

      Most definitely! It’s hard to tell who’s who. Like I can walk around but have a ton of issues with longer distances, balance, fatigue, POTS, etc. so people usually the older ones probably think I’m just being lazy or whatever because I’m young and look “normal”. So it’s hard to judge who is who and why they’re sitting there. Could be disabled, could just be selfish inconsiderate jerk.

      • Confused_Leaf

        576d

        @Joytotheworld yes absolutely invisible disabilities 100% exist and it’s heard to tell what’s what, I also have pots and use a walking cane so people can see clearly that I’m disabled and sometimes just state lol.

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