For me, and I'm a 14 year old girl, I give up my seat to pregnant women, women who are older than say, 30, and that's because young women tend to intimidate me a little. I also give it to all older people (men who are like, 50+) and if someone's disabled, or really over weight or looks tired.
happy birthday :)
yes, to elder women of last generation, and then she tells every new woman who rides in afterwards, that i am such an impressive man .....
Sadly not many, your chivalry is a rare and special thing. I had a troop of small kids and had been shopping with my friend who at the time was heavily pregnant, there was a guy who was taking up two seats, he had his bags on the other seat and it astounded me that neither he nor anyone else attempted to move.
If I was feeling nice I'd give my seat to anybody.
You are just a pure gentlemen which I find attractive in men.
I make exceptions for the elderly or poorer of health. Our bus system takes care of strollers and wheelchairs on it's own, and while I believe in chivalry, I don't give up my bus seat to healthy women or men.