mirozBut it doesn't mean that you should support it, either. I think you can oppose it but be respectful.
As for them demanding accommodations for being disabled...well, we should have a lot of those already. We need more of that universal design anyway.
I have had a day to think about the information and talked to a bunch of different people and I have basically came to the same conclusion. I understand it's a Neurological disorder, and it's basically like someone suffering from Alien hand syndrome
, but without the hand moving on it's own. I can see how it might effect a persons natural thought process. I do feel like it's something we should do more research into to find out the root cause. That way we can figure out how to treat people suffering from the disorder before they act on anything.
I don't fully understand the disorder, but I am trying to understand it. No sense in making people feel bad about something that isn't in their power to change.