A question for a friend of mine.
Nina goes to college with me, she is on crutches and is in a thigh to ankle cast, her knee will.not.bend because of this, she needs a larger stall and hand bars to help her get up off the toilet. Today she was in line for the handicapped stall when a girl a wheelchair came in and got in line next to her. Not behind her, next to her. When the occupant came out the girl in the wheelchair tried to go in first. Nina protested and the girl said to her " That stall is for people like me, either use another one or wait til I come out!" Nina had none of this and scooted in before this girl, as she had already waited her turn when the original occupant had been in there.
The girl in the wheelchair was upset that Nina was "so rude and so obnoxious as to go ahead of someone in a wheelchair, don't you know that we go first?!"
Nina was quite upset, but did not think she had done anything wrong.
What do you all think, does being in a wheelchair trump all other handicaps when it comes to that stall?