In the Media


CHARM, Story About LGBTQ Youth, to COMING OF AGE IN AMERICA series at Mosaic Theater (Broadway World, 12/2/16)

HIV/AIDS advocate talks about learning about her diagnosis (WUSA9, 12/1/16)

A Look at DC’s New Plan to Fight HIV; What’s New and Who’s Affected (NBC, 12/1/16)


Local Groups to Commemorate World AIDS Day (Washington Blade, 11/30/16)

How Washington D.C. got a grip on HIV (MTV Staying Alive, 11/22/16)

D.C. AARP to host ‘LGBTQ Conversation’ (Washington Blade, 11/22/16)

Crew Club showcases staff on 20th anniversary (Washington Blade, 11/17/16)

Which LGBT rights are on the chopping block? (Washington Blade, 11/16/16)

QUEERY: Alexa Rodriguez (Washington Blade, 11/16/16)

D.C. Organization Holds Annual HIV/AIDS Walk (Washington Informer, 11/16/16)

Legal Aid and Whitman-Walker S Coordinate Annual Part D Clinics (Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, 11/15/16)

The POZ 100: L-P (POZ, 11/14/16)

Photos: Walk to End HIV (Washington Blade, 11/14/16)

Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/11/16)

Caminarán para poner la fin al VIH (El Tiempo Latino, 11/11/16)

ViewPoint: Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/11/16)

Walk & 5K to End HIV Celebrates 30 Years (Metro Weekly, 11/10/16)

Saturday: DC residents can eat Chipotle to help fight HIV (PoPville, 11/10/16)

The Rise of Sexually Transmitted Disease (WJLA, 11/8/16)

D.C. Chipotle customers can help fight HIV on Nov. 12 (Washington Blade, 11/8/16)

DC’s Walk & 5K Run to End HIV Marks 30th Anniversary (NBC4, 11/3/16)

Join NBC4 at the 30th Annual Walk to End HIV (NBC4, 11/3/16)

Hill Rag Magazine November 2016 (Capital Community News, 11/2/16)

Where Can Undocumented Immigrants Go for Health Care (U.S. News & World Report, 11/2/16)

Whitman-Walker announces first annual Brunch to End HIV (Metro Weekly, 11/1/16)


Managing Jess Helms-style anxiety and stress (LGBT Weekly, 10/19/16)

Getting Older with HIV (NBC4 Washington, 10/19/16)

Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre Center Present ‘After Orlando’ Tomorrow, 10/10 @7 PM: An Evening of Short Plays in Response to the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida (DC Metro Theater Arts, 10/9/16)


It’s National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day with Whitman-Walker Health (WJLA, 9/27/16)

Gay men talking mental health (Washington Blade, 9/23/16)

Living Long-Term With HIV (POZ, 9/5/16)

Now That I’m Not An MSM: On Navigating Healthcare While Non-Binary (HIV Equal, 9/1/16)

Finally! A Safer Sex Guide Just for Trans Folks (Huffington Post, 9/1/16)


‘Safer Sex for Trans Bodies’ guide released (Washington Blade, 8/28/16)

HRC Foundation and Whitman-Walker Health release comprehensive transgender sexual health guide (LGBT Weekly, 8/24/16)

The District’s HIV clinic was failing. This ‘old, straight white guy’ managed to save it. (Washington Post, 8/21/16)

A transgender force: ‘The only thing that kept me alive was doing this work’ (Washington Post, 8/19/16)

Local Resources for Opioid Addiction (NBC4 Washington, 8/19/16)

Whitman-Walker names new communications director (Washington Blade, 8/18/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 8/13/16)

New D.C. health ed. standards adopted (Washington Blade, 8/12/16)

Md. transgender twins find public attitude can lag behind law (WTOP, 8/8/16)

MidCity Dog Days is this Weekend and Kickoff Party at Pixie’s tonight (PoPville, 8/5/16)


Landmark Study Helps Overweight Lesbian and Bisexual Women Adopt Healthier Habits (Edge Providence, 7/28/16)

Debunked: Gay men can never donate blood (The Dallas Morning News, 7/26/16)

Navigating Cancer as a Trans Person is a Nightmare (Newsweek, 7/22/16)

It Is Ridiculous That Many Gay and Bisexual Men Cannot Donate Blood (AlterNet 7/16/16)

Policy and Justice: The Best LBGT Lawyers Under 40 (Tagg Magazine, 7/8/16)

To help LGBT women improve health, don’t rely on one-size-fits-all approach, study suggests (STAT, 7/8/16)

Two Tailored Provider Curricula Promoting Healthy Weight in Lesbian and Bisexual Women (Women’s Health Issues Journal, 7/7/16)

New Study Shows Lesbian and Bisexual Women Are More Likely to be Overweight (Tagg Magazine, 7/7/16)

Know Your Status: Free HIV/STI Testing in the DC Area (Metro Weekly, 7/7/16)

70 groups seek cancellation of ‘religious freedom’ hearing (Washington Blade, 7/7/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 7/1/16)


This pill allows you to have anxiety-free sex. So why aren’t more people taking it? (Fusion, 6/30/2016)

Josh Riley on the importance of National HIV Testing Day (WJLA, 6/27/16)

A Quiet Campaign Is Placing Gay People and Their Rights Struggle in U.S. History (Washington Post, 6/27/16)

It’s National HIV Testing Day. Here’s Where You Can Get Tested for Free (Washingtonian, 6/27/16)

Uncharted Territory: Medical regulations still ban transgender military service, but change on the horizon (Capital Gazette, 6/26/16)

Celebrating Pride Through Service (Corporation for National & Community Service Official Blog, 6/24/16)

National LGBT Bar Association names ‘Best Under 40’ (Legal News, 6/24/16)

Still Struggling? LGBT Groups Mobilize Mental-Health Resources after Orlando Attack (NBC4, 6/21/16)

Architects Propose Design Solutions for Equitable Bathrooms (Architectural Record, 6/20/16)

All the ways the federal government is creeping left on LGBT rights (Washington Examiner, 6/20/16)

Gay Men Wanted to Donate Blood in Orlando. They’re Still Not Allowed To. (Mother Jones, 6/19/16)

Nearly 2,000 Pack Dupont Circle for Orlando Vigil (Washington Blade, 6/16/16)

Here’s How You Can Donate Blood If You’re a Gay Man (Fusion, 6/15/16)

What It Would Take to End the Ban on Queer Blood Donation (Huffington Post, 6/14/16)

Blood Donors Needed after Orlando Gay Club Shooting, But Queer Men Are Banned (Huffington Post, 6/12/16)

Medicare Retains Trans Surgery Policy (Washington Blade, 6/10/16)

Whitman-Walker’s Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center Will Soon Undergo Redevelopment (Bisnow, 6/9/16)

Mazzoni Center hosts Philadelphia Trans Health Conference (Edge Media Network, 6/8/16)

Groups Want CMS to Expand Gender Reassignment Coverage (Bloomberg BNA, 6/6/16)

Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Development Receives Historic Approval (UrbanTurf, 6/3/16)

HPRB Approves Whitman-Walker Redevelopment on 14th Street (Borderstan, 6/3/16)

CMS May Not Pay for Sex Change Operations, But the VA Might (Modern Healthcare, 6/3/16)

D.C. No Longer Has a Central Gay Neighborhood. Does That Matter? (Washington City Paper, 6/2/16)

Capital Pride maelstrom (Washington Blade, 6/1/16)

Zika risk to gay men same as for heterosexuals (Washington Blade, 6/1/16)


New rights, new challenges for U.S. transgender community (AFP, 5/29/16)

“Nightmare” Superbug Arrives in the U.S. (Reuters, 5/27/16)

Antibias Rules Set Up Tricky Question over Gay Rights (The Wall Street Journal, 5/26/16)

Whitman-Walker Health’s Plans for Its Undeveloped 14th Street Properties Praised (InTowner, 5/13/16)

Effects of the North Carolina ‘Bathroom Bill’ (WJLA, 5/12/16)

Whitman-Walker Project Wins ANC Nod (The Dupont Current, 5/11/16)

10 Under 35: Young Human Rights Activists Selected for Prestigious Program (Huffington Post, 5/11/16)

ANC approves Whitman-Walker project (Washington Blade, 5/5/16)

Logan Circle ANC Gives Blessing to Whitman-Walker Redevelopment (Borderstan, 5/5/16)

Counseling Crisis (Metro Weekly, 5/5/16)

How a Tiny City in New York Became a Beacon for Transgender Healthcare (The Guardian, 5/3/16)


14th Street Medical Center to be Redeveloped for Residential, Retail (Curbed, 4/28/16)

Whitman-Walker releases details on 14th Street project (Washington Business Journal, 4/27/16)

A First Look at Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Mixed-Use Development (Urban Turf, 4/27/16)

Antibody Shot Protects Monkeys from HIV-Like Infection (HealthDay, 4/27/16)

Capital Bikeshare to Offer $5 Memberships to Low-Income D.C. Residents (Washington City Paper, 4/13/16)

Capital Bikeshare Expands Access with $5 Memberships (DCist, 4/13/16)

Low-Income Residents Can Now Buy Cheaper CaBi Memberships (Greater Greater Washington, 4/13/16)

The graying age of HIV: 1 in 6 new U.S. cases are people older than 50 (Washington Post, 4/6/16)

From Homeless to Advocate: An HIV Story (Everyday Health, 4/4/16)

Chemsex: A Bad Combination of Drugs and Sex (Emergency Medicine News, 4/1/16)


Good Morning Washington Segment on PrEP (NewsChannel 8, 3/31/16)

More about the accomplished Mary Walker (Washington Post, 3/19/16)

2016 Enterprising Women (Tagg Magazine, 3/15/16)

The changing face of HIV/AIDS in D.C. (WTOP, 3/10/16)

Shawn Rubin on Gender Diversity Issues (Psychology Today, 3/6/16)

Comings & Goings (Washington Blade, 3/5/16)

Health care cultural competency law hopes to east LGBT patient angst (Metro Weekly, 3/4/16)

The Cost of Living, Part 2 (Washington City Paper, 3/4/16)


With Support, Transgender Kids Skip the Anxiety: Study (NBC News, 2/28/16)

Case report details gay man becoming HIV+ while on PrEP (Metro Weekly, 2/26/16)

Minority Business Leader Awards, Naseema Shafi (Washington Business Journal, 2/26/16)

The AIDS Crisis Hasn’t Ended in the Black and Latino Communities (NPR, 2/25/16)

Public health threat: Boys need to take HPV vaccine too, cancer doctors say (WJLA, 2/23/16)

The power of word and dance (Washington Blade, 2/18/16)

Harris’ Heroes: Whitman-Walker’s Youth Boot Camp Targets HIV and Prevention (WJLA, 2/17/16)

New Medication Helps in Fight against HIV (WJLA, 2/17/16)

Kidd O’Shea and Dito Sevilla talk dating after Blade’s singles issue (Washington Blade, 2/17/16)

Gay singles in the city (WJLA, 2/16/16)

GLAA announces service award winners (Washington Blade, 2/10/16)

Black Women and HIV/AIDS on The Rock Newman Show (WHUT, 2/9/16)

Most Eligible Singles: Kris Oseth (Washington Blade, 2/8/16)

D.C. Council passes health care cultural competency bill (Metro Weekly, 2/3/16)

D.C. Council passes LGBT ‘cultural competency’ bill (Washington Blade, 2/3/16)

New HIV cases continue to decline in D.C. (Washington Blade, 2/3/16)

Free From Fear: Gender-Neutral Restrooms and Inclusivity in Design (Perkins+Will, 2/2/16)


D.C. News in Brief (Washington Post, 1/27/16)

Annabelle Selldorf-Designed 14th Street Mixed-Use Development Aims for 2019 Delivery (Urban Turf, 1/22/16)

Using Travel as a Teaching Tool and Lever for Change (Health Affairs Blog, 1/21/16)

Feature: A Guide to Lesbian and Queer Health (Tagg Magazine, 1/19/16)

Whitman Walker: A Reaching Around of Arms (Agenda, 1/19/16)

Selldorf Architects to redevelop Washington DC HIV clinic named after Liz Taylor (Dezeen Magazine, 1/19/16)

LGBT Reaction to the FDA’s New Donation Policy (Metro Weekly, 1/14/16)

With new architect hire, Whitman-Walker Health officials say not to expect ‘typical 14th Street retail development’ (Washington Business Journal, 1/13/16)

Architect chosen for Taylor Medical Center redo (Washington Blade, 1/13/16)

Borderstan Brief (Borderstan, 1/13/16)

El Salvador’s LGBTQI Community Faces Road Blocks While Seeking Asylum (Tagg Magazine, 1/7/16)

No New HIV Infections Among Consistent Truvada Users in PrEP Demo Project (, 1/5/16)

Photos: 2015 Year in Review (Washington Blade, 1/1/16)

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