Many disabilities are not visible and the victim is often scoffed or even lectured on using things like store electronic carts, disabled parking spaces and being "bad parents" for those who have kids that are autistic, mentally impaired in the higher levels and even mental illness. For adults, it may be Fibromyalgia (yes, it's real), multiple sclerosis, and more. Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it's not there. We want to promote tolerance, acceptance and stop careless judgement and harsh treatment to those who suffer from INVISIBLE DISABILITIES...won't you sign on?
1. Susan F