“Pregnant women only,” the authoritative voice rang out from behind, pitched with condescension. “Pregnant women only,” echoed another voice, this time from the front of the line; one of two store enforcers had spoken up.
This wasn’t the first time I’d seen individuals turned away from the Target Vulnerable Persons line — so called because it was meant to be inclusive of those the CDC determined “Vulnerable or At-Risk” — nor would it be the last.
They weren’t visibly disabled, and so they were rebuked. Most of the time, the public assessment was correct — these people weren’t disabled.Read more on themighty.com