I am pretty freaking disgusted by that OP. He basically said that if you're disabled, it's better not to try and give you any self protection skills at all, rather than work with abilities you DO have (and for flip's sake. Just because you're in a wheelchair, for example, doesn't make you helpless. You can still scream, use your body language and tone of voice to put off a would-be attacker, use a legal weapon if the worst came to the worst, etc. Of course you're more vulnerable than someone who can kick, run away, etc., but that doesn't mean you're just so much dirt six feet under already). We could extend this attitude to a lot of able bodied people. Small light women, after all, are more vulnerable than others...let's just accept that they can't defend themselves, yeah? And while we're at it why not extend that to non-Lesnar sized guys, since they'll always be at a disadvantage versus a bigger person?