Harron Walker

Harron Walker is a journalist based in New York City.

Note: Articles by this author have been edited to reflect her new name, Harron Walker.

Photography

These Glorious Photos Show Off the Subversive World Where Drag Meets Wrestling

"With Choke Hole we want to take wrestling and amplify [its] queer subtext explicitly. We want to show that queer people can be strong."
Harron Walker
7.9.19
LGBTQ

Queer-Friendly Substance Use Treatment Is More Vital Than Ever

New clinics and resources aim to give LGBTQ people in recovery more specific—and effective—treatment.
Harron Walker
10.2.17
LGBTQ

Trans Day of Action Is the Answer to Corporate, Passive Pride

Photos and words from this weekend's event, which gave trans and gender non-conforming people of color a space to thrive.
Harron Walker
6.28.17
LGBTQ

Stop Stigmatizing HIV-Positive Sex

The reaction to the sex life of a newly crowned Mr. Gay New Zealand is a reminder that our cultural baggage surrounding HIV is as heavy as ever.
Harron Walker
3.8.17
LGBTQ

How LGBTQ Politicians Are Winning Elections in Conservative Areas

"Our folks get elected because they represent their communities best.”
Harron Walker
2.15.17
LGBTQ

How Neil Gorsuch Could Help Decide the Future of LGBTQ Civil Rights

Legal experts explain how the future of LGBTQ civil rights will be tested over the next few years.
Harron Walker
2.1.17
LGBTQ

For Trans Prisoners, Access to Healthcare Remains Abysmal

Some progress has been made, but inmates are still routinely denied access to gender-affirming care and facilities.
Harron Walker
1.18.17
LGBTQ

America's HIV Criminalization Laws Are Outdated and Out of Touch

Decades-long sentences are handed down for low- or no-risk behavior.
Harron Walker
12.27.16
News

Will LGBTQ Anti-Discrimination Laws Survive a Trump Presidency?

Republicans will soon control all three branches of government, leaving many LGBTQ activists worried that laws and regulations protecting a vulnerable population will be rolled back.
Harron Walker
11.11.16
Stuff

Amazon Killed the Book Store, but It Can't Kill the Sex Store

It might be easier to order sex toys online, but consumers are resisting the urge to buy intimate products sight unseen.
Harron Walker
9.21.16