Within the context of the US ADA, are a man or woman's size or weight considered disabilities? What is the threshold?
For example, could a 7' 2" male weighing 300 pounds be considered disabled? In the business context, does an employer or a business have to accommodate a man so sized? For example, with adequate workstation for their job. Or if traveling on public transportation, with seating which accommodates their stature, leg length, etc.?
Could a 450#, 5' 10" woman be considered disabled, and what is the range of accommodations that might be required in a business, employer or even perhaps academic environment be?
Could a 4', 88# woman be considered disabled and would their employer or a business providing them services be expected to make reasonable accommodations?