Abosede Olotu, standing, holding infant, speaking to women.

"Mrs. Abosede Oladayo, a global ambassador of The Well Project, who incidentally was a victim of FGM explained ... psychological and emotional effect of the harmful practice."

Arianna Lint & Arianna's Center staff and supporters hold trans flag at Florida State Capital.

Arianna Lint and her organization, Arianna's Center, highlighted in Washington Blade

Cover of Positively Aware magazine with Lynnea Lawson and child, and words "Born Free".

"I have taught my daughter how to not let what other people think affect her. After I learned that myself, that is when I started to love me. I am HIV-positive and if you can't deal with that, you don't deserve me in any aspect." Lynnea Lawson

Two women sitting next to each other, the photo cut off just above their noses.

Wise words and advice from several CAB members and A Girl Like Me bloggers in this great Cosmopolitan Magazine feature for AIDS Awareness Month

Masonia Traylor, smiling, standing outside in a red dress.

A Girl Like Me blogger Masonia Traylor featured in Ashley Caprice's "Go Girl" podcast

Arianna Lint.

Arianna Lint and Katie Willingham tell their stories as part of National AIDS Memorial's oral history project.

Headshot of Arianna Lint.

Arianna Lint recognized among "individuals changing systems and policies to improve opportunities for all".

Art by Farah Jeune of Wanona Thomas.

The Well Project Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger, Wanona Thomas, featured on Atlanta's 11Alive

Cover of The Poz 100 with headshots of 8 transgender, gender-nonconforming and nonbinary advocates.

This year's POZ 100 celebrates advocates who are TGNCNB. Special shout out to our amazing CAB members and A Girl Like Me bloggers Aryah Lester, Tiommi Jenae Luckett, Arianna Lint, and Katie Willingham receiving this well-deserved award!

Representation of ambulance with words "Self Care" on side and signs about HIV, PrEP, ending stigma.

Wanda Brendle-Moss arrived at the 2018 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA), in Orlando, in a car. She departed soon after in an ambulance.


Become a Member

admin's picture

Members of The Well Project community at USCHA 2022.

Become a Member

Join our community and become a member to find support and connect to other women living with HIV.

Join now >

Do you get our newsletter?

Do you get our newsletter?

admin's picture
¿Recibe nuestro boletín?

Sign up for our monthly Newsletter and get the latest info in your inbox.

Suscríbase a nuestro boletín mensual y reciba la información más reciente en su bandeja de entrada.

none_existing name
Women's Research Initiative logo: Letters W, R, I.
Featured Content:

An interdisciplinary research approach places research questions about women and HIV into biomedical, behavioral and social contexts, thereby addressing the many issues related to HIV in women.