When you're walking down the sidewalk, keeping abreast of the parade, and you come to a Dis/ability Viewing Stand, and the middle-aged lady with the volunteer T-shirt and the big smile (that would be me) politelyasks you to walk behind the stand, instead of in front of it, so as to allow her (seated) guests to watch the parade without interruption, please show some respect and do so. It's only 10 extra steps.
You don't have to respect the lady. You're probably right that she's stupid, self-important, fat, and bitchy. Feel free to call her names as you walk around behind the stand. Why? Because it's not about her. It's about the people with disabilities, many of them older people, some of them veterans of the bad old days when gay bars were raided by police on a regular basis, who are there to watch the parade, just like you. They fought for the rights we're celebrating today. They should be able to watch the parade, not some March of Random Assholes.
Let them watch the damn parade, Bill!
If you want drama to stop following you everywhere, try letting go of the leash.