It's tough to know what's kosher and what's not in today's society. Today we begin a neverending series that tries to answer the tough questions about right and wrong in our society. Sure things like stealing and murder are frowned upon. But we're here to tackle the tough questions such as the following: Is it ok for a non-handicapped person to use the handicapped door opening button?
I'm not handicapped. At least, not physically. Yet I often use these convenient buttons because, well, they're convenient. They open the door for you and leave it open long enough for several able-bodied beings to pass through. Sure it's lazy, I'm not arguing that. But is it ethical? Will people give me a look when they see me, a strapping able-bodied male, utilizing one of these to save the trouble of opening it myself?
I'll leave that up to you, the readers.