When you write an online review (for instance, of a restaurant) is it appropriate to include information about the hosts that isn't directly related to the service provided?
Recently I bought a dinner with a social eating app. It was a pleasant experience, and as usual I would like to write a review about it. Here's the problem: Should I include the fact that the hosts have light physical disabilities?
Probably there's no need to mention it, and I shouldn't be protecting anyone from anyone, but still... Could it happen that someone doesn't feel like they have the sensitivity to deal with these hosts? And should I warn them? For example, imagine someone who has never seen a hand that is missing a finger, and this person keeps looking at it, which is kind of rude.