I'm asking this question because I was out with a friend who has our illness, and she's always bugging other people. Like, we were out to dinner and she kept complaining that the waitress shouldn't be wearing perfume. And yet, she was the only one bothered by it. I wasn't even bothered by it. And she was going to actually tell the waitress not to wear perfume anymore, and I stopped her. I said, look you're the only one it's affecting, and it's not right to be upsetting the waitress like that. Maybe I was wrong and she should have said something? I don't know. But it's not something I personally would have done. I'm more the suffer in silence type. And then my friend told me that when she was at work on Friday, two men were talking loudly and it bothered her with the sound sensitivity, so she actually went over to them and told them to lower their voices. And that right there, I didn't think she should have done it because once again, she was the only one bothered by it. And my guess is, they were talking normally, she just had a bad sound sensitive day. And I wouldn't personally do that, I'd just try to get away from them or sit and suffer till they were done. Should we expect normal people to have to change their behavior to accommodate us and our disability? Is that fair? The problem is, we have so many sensitivities, that I actually do not think it's fair to impose them on healthy people. You can't expect regular people to not wear fragrance, wash their clothes in perfume free stuff, wear dark colors because the bright ones set off your sensory input, speak in hushed tones because the sound hurts you, the list goes on. I just don't see how that's right. I'd rather stay to myself. So what do you all think? Should healthy people have to conform to us? Not your close friends and relatives, but regular people out in the world.