Should we start shaping our culture to better accommodate schizophrenics too? I have a very minor case of Asperger's myself, as well as a few other things, mainly ADHD and likely a minor case of OCD. Granted it's not too terribly bad as far as things go, but the fact is I still get what it's like to have your brain not work entirely properly. That said, it's really your problem, isn't it? I don't like blonde, semi-retarded bimbos prancing around like they own the world, I find it offensive to every part of my dignity as a human being, and yet I don't demand we ban blonde semi-retarded bimbos from prancing around on television, do I? In fact, blonde semi-retarded bimbos prancing around is a major part of our culture, and I respect people's right to be blonde semi-retarded bimbos and prance around to their hearts content.
Things will make you uncomfortable, that's a fact of life. That isn't the fault of other people, and shouldn't dictate what they can or cannot do. Also, as Will said while I was writing this, uncomfortable is NOT the same as psychologically damaged.