Would you move where you are sitting so a person in a Wheelchair could sit?UPDATE
So I went to graduation and my son is in a wheelchair. There were bleachers to sit and when we got there all of the bottom row seats were filled. Do you believe no one moved for us? What are we suppose to do pick up our 150 lb adult son and walk him up to a higher part of the bleachers? Finally one of the people working there helped us find a spot after a long time trying to find a place to sit with our adult son who is in a wheelchair.
UPDATE-Thank you for all who would move.
I see some questions and comments asked/stated over and over and so here is a quick answer
My son is unable to sit by himself-he is on a toddler/young pre-school level. We got there as early as we could. My son also had his Annual Art Show right before the graduation (we left that early to get to the graduation). There were no handicap spots and we had to park 3 blocks up and it was all hilly-not wheel chair accessible friendly getting to the building-we tried our best to get there early. Also the only seating left was to park my son in front of someone (I think that is rude then they could not see) I mean if it was me of course I would sit. They actually ended up making a special section for us due to no one would move because there is no way I can carry my son up the bleachers and I can not leave him alone. a person working at the graduation saw us looking and looking and helped us out.