Winder's research as an urban ethnographer, includes race & ethnicity, sexuality & sexual health, qualitative research methods, and education. Winder's health projects have focused on the impact of HIV among Black men who have sex with men, PrEP uptake and perceptions, and access to competent sexual healthcare.
Discusses how dating app features like "blocking" and "filtering" by race can both contribute to smaller sexual networks and also serve as a protective feature against sexual racism.
Explores how mobile phone–based HIV prevention has the potential to increase engagement with HIV prevention and treatment resources among BYMSM. Discusses how in order for these approaches to be successful, researchers must include BYMSM in the design and creation of these interventions.
Discusses how secular sexual health organizations can serve as a space for Black LGBT persons to negotiate religious stigma and reinterpret religious teachings.