Best Seat in the House So your new girl is Disabled, . Not only that but if she loves music like I do, you will go to gigs. On the cabbage patch is where you will sit, closer than ever to the stage with handy access to the bar! Always smiling, always polite Your Mother is going to Love Me….
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Disabled men traditionally have a higher unemployment rate than able-bodied men, and those men who are employed often work in less prestigious positions with lower pay, according the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
During the economic crisis that began in 2007, able-bodied workers began competing for jobs formerly reserved for disabled workers, according to CNN.
Even though there are at least 9.4 million disabled people in England, accounting for 18 per cent of the population.
Hopefully, your answer to the question in the title of this post is an unhesitant: "Yes, of course, I would. What matters to me is who is sitting in it." Unfortunately, in my experience, most people don't seem to feel that way, unless they themselves are confined to a wheelchair.
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Some of you may reply "yes," because it is in line with your ideology, because it would be politically incorrect to say "no," or because you are happily married, and there is no conceivable chance (in your mind) that you will ever date again. If you were single and went to a party that was "happening," and you spotted an attractive girl in a wheelchair (or guy in a wheelchair), would you consider chatting her up?