Willy Wilkinson, MPH - Writer and Public Health Consultant
Selected Publications
 
"Wilkinson's writing weaves personal with the political to compellingly underscore how change from the past can inspire us to move towards a more just future."
-- Amy Sueyoshi, Director and Associate Professor of Race and Resistance Studies, Associate Professor of Sexuality Studies, San Francisco State University/College of Ethnic Studies 
 
Most Popular
 
• Wilkinson, W. (2006). Public health gains of the transgender community in San Francisco: Grassroots organizing and community-based research. In P. Currah, R. Juang, & S. Minter (Eds.), Transgender rights (pp. 192-214). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. [Lambda Literary Award Finalist] Press Reviews
 
• Wilkinson, W. (March 5 & March 12, 2004). Family values: Lesbian newlywed breaks barriers just as her parents did more than 50 years ago. San Francisco Chronicle. [National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association Award winner]
 
Wilkinson, W., & Daley, C. (2005). Ten tips for working with transgender individuals: An information and resource publication for health care providers. San Francisco: Transgender Law Center.
 
 
 
 
Best Practices
 
 
Wilkinson, W., & Ophelian, A. (2010). Discussion guide: for use in conjunction with post-screening discussions of the film Diagnosing Difference. San Francisco: Floating Ophelia Productions, LLC.
 
• Wilkinson, W. (2009). Best practices for serving African American LGBT populations in California. Sacramento: ONTRACK Program Resources.
 
 
• Wilkinson, W. (2009). Culturally competent approaches for serving transgender populations. San  Francisco: LGBT TRISTAR.
 
 
Wilkinson, W., & Daley, C. (2005). Ten tips for working with transgender individuals: An information and resource publication for health care providers. San Francisco: Transgender Law Center.
 
 
 
Needs Assessments
 
• Wilkinson, W. (2008). Behavioral risk and HIV service needs of at-risk African Americans in five California regions. Sacramento: ONTRACK Program Resources.
 
Wilkinson, W., & Gomez, P. (2004). Assessing the needs of female-to-male transgendered people of color and their partners. San Francisco: Female-to-Male International.
 
• Clements-Nolle, K., Wilkinson, W., Kitano, K., & Marx, R. (2001). HIV prevention and health service needs of the transgender community in San Francisco. In W. Bockting and S. Kirk, (Eds.), Transgender and HIV: Risks, prevention, and care (pp. 69-89). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press. This article was also published in the International Journal of Transgenderism, 3(1+2).
 
• Wilkinson, W. (1997). HIV/AIDS and Asian and Pacific Islander women. In N. Goldstein and J.L. Manlow (Eds.), The gender politics of HIV/AIDS in women: Perspectives on the pandemic in the United States (pp.168-187). New York, NY: New York University Press.
 
 
Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT Community
 
 
• Wilkinson, W. (March 5 & March 12, 2004). Family values: Lesbian newlywed breaks barriers just as her parents did more than 50 years ago. San Francisco Chronicle. [National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association Award winner]
 
• Wilkinson, W. (October 19, 2001). Gender hybrids and passing dykes. Asian Week
 
• Wilkinson, W. (September, 1996). Out, loud, and seen: The Asian and Pacific Islander lesbian and bisexual women’s movement, past and present. Curve Magazine.
 
• Wilkinson, W. (1994). Scorched. In S. Lim-Hing (Ed.), The very inside: An anthology of writing by Asian and Pacific Islander lesbian and bisexual women (pp. 23-24). Toronto, Canada: Sister Vision Press.
 
• Wilkinson, W. (August, 1984). Asian lesbianism as a political identity. Sojourner.
 
 
Transgender Community
 
Wilkinson, W., & Ophelian, A. (2010). Discussion guide: for use in conjunction with post-screening discussions of the film Diagnosing Difference. San Francisco: Floating Ophelia Productions, LLC.
 
• Wilkinson, W. (2006). Public health gains of the transgender community in San Francisco: Grassroots organizing and community-based research. In P. Currah, R. Juang, & S. Minter (Eds.), Transgender rights (pp. 192-214). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. [Lambda Literary Award Finalist] Press Reviews
 
Wilkinson, W., & Daley, C. (2005). Ten tips for working with transgender individuals: An information and resource publication for health care providers. San Francisco: Transgender Law Center.
 
 
 
Wilkinson, W., Vade, D., & Daley, C. (2004). Transgender health and the law: Identifying and fighting health care discrimination. San Francisco: Transgender Law Center.
 
 
 
Wilkinson, W., Vade, D., & Daley, C. (2004). La salud de los transgéneros y la ley: Cómo identificar y combatir la discriminación en la attención médica. San Francisco: Transgender Law Center.
 
 
 
• Clements-Nolle, K., Wilkinson, W., Kitano, K., & Marx, R. (2001). HIV prevention and health service needs of the transgender community in San Francisco. In W. Bockting and S. Kirk, (Eds.), Transgender and HIV: Risks, prevention, and care (pp. 69-89). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press. This article was also published in the International Journal of Transgenderism, 3(1+2). 
 
• Wilkinson, W. (October 19, 2001). Gender hybrids and passing dykes. Asian Week
 
 
Disability Issues
• Wilkinson, W. (2000). Stealth. In P. Munson (Ed.), Stricken: Voices from the hidden epidemic of chronic fatigue syndrome (pp. 79-84). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
 
• Wilkinson, W. (1997). Remember the place where your soul lives: Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome. In J. White & M. C. Martinez (Eds.), The Lesbian Health Book: Caring for Ourselves (pp. 83-101). Seattle, WA: Seal Press.