Inexclusibility: Making inaccessibility slightly more accessible.

City Toronto was built before the wheelchair was invented, so the city did not plan for people with wheelchair needs.

A few years ago city Toronto noticed that there were people who used wheelchairs that were living in our city - so we sent out an email to all the businesses asking them to become accessible otherwise they'd miss out on making money.

If the business failed to make their business accessible, they must now post a notice of Inexclusibility to indicate which of their competition is wheelchair accessible.

Click below to see a sample:

 

 

 

 

 

Is this even legal, city Toronto?

Residents are voting whether or not placing prescription lenses on a dashboard constitutes a right to park in an accessible parking spot.
CAST YOUR VOTE NOW!

 

 

2016 THE SICKS. This parody website was designed by someone who doesn't care about how websites look.