NBD, able-bodied 🚇 riders who won't give your seat to a GIANT preggo. I'll just stand riiiiight next to your head and pray I go into labor.— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) September 14, 2016
"NBD, able-bodied [subway] riders who won't give your seat to a GIANT preggo," she wrote. "I'll just stand riiiiight next to your head and pray I go into labor."
The tweet has almost 3,000 likes, but not everyone agrees with Wilde's sentiment.
A lot of people responded to her tweet reminding her not to assume that people are able-bodied.
@oliviawilde But who you deem able bodied may have disease you can't see: lupus, MS, Sarcoidosis, arthritis. You were even on House, lol, 😉— rachel112b (@rachel112b) September 15, 2016
@oliviawilde I agree with you but remember that not all disabilities are visible and someone who may "look" able-bodied, may not be.— Shera Salgado Easter (@littlegado) September 15, 2016