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The POZ 100: Celebrating the South

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Cinciskeet

I lived in Ky for most of my diagnosis (1989). After retiring I sold my farm and moved to my hometown. I'm still waiting for Rural America's HIV+ population to be recognized. Rural includes north, south, east and west. Plows and tractors. Villages and no post office. We may not have the "numbers" but we have the needs. We get nothing!!! Since 1989, I've advocated and begged for Rural services. Say my name POZ. Say my name !!! Rural America USA LINDA SIDLE

November 23, 2016 Van Wert,Ohio

GratefulDayDiva

Didn't make the list again this year... Maybe next time!

November 15, 2016 Tulsa Oklahoma

I GOT YOU KID

I'd like to be apart of POZ. I'm HIV negative, I lost a brother and several friends to AIDS. I love helping people.

November 14, 2016 Vallejo, Ca

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