I disagree. It's a one time thing here -- like giving up your seat for a few minutes or hours, not giving up something you do every day.<quoted text>
No it's not. It's like not wearing perfume or cologne even though you want to because someone who maybe around you during the day might possibly be allergic to it.
Sorry, that's the person who is allergic to fragrances problem, not the problem of every person who wants to wear perfume or cologne. I feel that way even though I don't wear cologne.
More like giving up your seat for an old lady. Helping a blind man to cross the street. Letting pregnant woman and people with disabilities get on the plane first.