It’s the reason I stare down able-bodied people sitting in the priority seats (seats reserved for seniors and people with disabilities) on San Francisco’s public transit system.
Why I stare down people on trains
Christina Cerqueira
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Just to be fair, how can you tell that anyone whom you are staring down is able-bodied? I completely understand that often times it’s difficult to tell if someone is merely using something because they feel a sense of entitlement despite not meeting qualifications or if someone really does need access at varying degrees however from the outside perspective they appear the same as everyone else.

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