I think @Rick has explained it nicely and better than I can. No not at all, I fully understand what it is like being on the receiving end of discrimination and hate on a daily basis. Jess and I are always on the receiving end of hate and discrimination because of Jess' disability. The law is adequate to protect us, we know our rights, but unfortunately individuals do not know the law and they do flout them from time to time. In most cases we turn a blind eye to the hate and discrimination that we receive, other wise we will be reporting it non stop. But when people really do over step the mark, then we will report, make a formal complaint or take legal action against those involved. Back in the olden days, people with disabilities were exhibited as freak side shows for travelling circuses and fun fairs. You don't see disable people including my wife calling on circuses and fun fairs to be abolish because of their past negative connection with the disable. I'm not racist, but like I said many times, where do you draw the line when it comes to dismantling our history and culture. Sorry but BLM lost my support for their political agenda when they defaced the cenotaph, Churchill and the Lord Nelson Statue (in Norwich), for me they crossed the line.