I write this as a bit of a confession. I compare disabilities.
This is bad.
Usually, in parking lots when someone who walks has a parking spot I could use. But today it happened when I was reading the newspaper.
Not the article about the disability rights activists blasting You Before Me. Good stuff there.
My problem was with the article on a blind woman suing Uber over several drivers refusing to transport her guide dog. This is a legitimate problem, one reason I dislike Uber.
What bothered me was this quote from her lawyer: “We hope that this case will illustrate the huge obstacles that blind people face in the D.C. metro area just to get from place to place.”
If blind people face "huge obstacles," what does someone with a service dog who can't drive and can only use specially designed vehicles face?
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