Starting a new thread in an attempt not to derail, any further, another. The Equalities Act 2010, brought previous legislation covering race, creed, sex, age and disability, under the one act. Whilst many think the first four are no go areas. There's an unseen line that can't be crossed without being classed as racist, sexist or ageist. Why do some still feel that it's okay to make a comment about a disability that they wouldn't make about any of the others. Often they'll be the first to jump, shouting about how someone can't say that. So why are disabilities not given the same treatment? This is what started this thread #20 #21 #22 #23 #24 #25 The piece that replaced the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, The Equalities Act 2010 The Section within The Equalities Act 2010 I'm aware that there are some reading this that are of the belief that this is all fantasy, on my behalf. For those, a challenge for you to take up. Just tick one box on any insurance form that asks do you suffer from fits/seizures or blackouts. I'd not wish the first on anyone. Maybe making them live a month as though they did may just change their views of the condition, but the actual condition, never.