Carrie Sandahl is quoted in The New Yorker

Carrie Sandahl is quoted in a The New Yorker piece highlighting the work of a disabled photographer.

“Other shots nod to the reciprocity between disability advocates and gay activists. Both represent communities that, as the scholar Carrie Sandahl notes, have been ‘pathologized by medicine; demonized by religion; discriminated against in housing, employment, and education; stereotyped in representation; victimized by hate groups; and isolated socially, often in their families of origin.'”