[The graphic is a Bingo card with 25 squares.
Title: How Not to Have a Conversation about Disability
Top row: You're not sufficiently disabled to speak to this issue.
Everything is about disability to you people.
Disability is NOT a civil rights issue.
You're just bitter because you're disabled.
The lift is broken. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
Second row: Why are you so angry all the time?
Race, class, gender. Race, class, gender...
They prefer the term "people with disabilities," you know.
Why are we talking about sick people now?
Third row: This amazing technology will make cripples members of society again!
I'd rather be dead.
Free space: WTF is ableism? Are you insane?
Aren't we all a little bit disabled?
You don't need accessible taxis. You might get hurt hailing a cab.
Fourth row: She drowned him because she loved him.
Handicapped people may enter through the back door.
We're sorry we treated you so poorly. Would you like a gift card?
I was only in the handicapped parking space for a minute.
Can we stop talking about sick people now?
Last row: How can a person with [insert disability here] raise children?
I don’t see disability. I only see people.
Don’t waste a kidney on a kid who will never be normal.
He’s a truly inspirational burden on society.
You’re too disabled to speak to this issue.
The text below the graphic reads www.facebook.com/DisabilityAndRepresentation.]
© 2013 by Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg