Student Battling Cancer Sees Car Covered in Notes, Posts Her Disgust on Facebook

Not all disabilities are apparent and are easily noticeable. Just because someone’s disability is not blatantly visible, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

Nothing proves this more than Lexi Baskin, a college student battling cancer who’s car was recently vandalized after she was parked in a handicap parking spot.

Posted by Lexi Baskin on Friday, October 27, 2017

The pictures speak for themselves and are just plain rude. One of the signs posted to her car reads

“Your tag must be borrowed or fake. Not handicapped, just lazy” in which she responds to her post “Just because I look fine in the two minutes I walk from my car to the building does not mean I am not battling cancer and undergoing radiation treatment”.

Baskin makes it clear that she’s not asking for sympathy but only suggesting that everyone is fighting their own fight that you may not be aware of.

She is Legally allowed to pack in the handicap parking spots due to the effects of her cancer treatment, which leaves her completely exhausted.

Posted by Lexi Baskin on Friday, October 27, 2017

Lexi still has no idea who vandalized her car and isn’t sure if she ever will. She posted the situation on social media and many people also sharing similar experiences.

She hopes her story will be able to enlighten those who often take it upon themselves to set things right and consider the whole situation before acting.

Posted by Lexi Baskin on Friday, October 27, 2017


Just a gentle reminder that you have no idea what is going on in other people's lives. Just because you can't physically…

Posted by Lexi Baskin on Friday, October 27, 2017


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