People just want to live their lives, to get an education, find a good job, marry someone they love. They want to be safe in their own neighborhood, have a little peace and quiet, get the chance to vote, have some fun. Disabled people feel the same way as anyone else. And if their service dog helps them achieve those simple goals, and isn’t that why one would have a service dog – because it helps them live a normal life – then they don’t want to be questioned or rejected every time they try to be like or live like anyone else.
I’m just sayin’.