Tim GilmerQ. As a person with a hidden disability, I am constantly struggling with the feeling of being unfairly judged or even attacked by people who do not understand my needs or issues. I’m an incomplete quad, able to walk but in frequent need of rest. I was recently accosted by a stranger while I was sitting in a seat reserved for people with disabilities at the airport. With no other seats available, she wanted me to move for an elderly woman using a cane. I don’t think I should have to defend my disability to anyone. I didn’t want to start a conflict so I gave up the seat, but it felt wrong. What should I