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The POZ 100: 91 to 100

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Luis Gutierrez-Mock

Congratulations to the amazing people on this list! I am extremely disappointed that NO transgender women were included on this list. A meta-analasis of US data indicates a 27.7% prevelance rate for transwomen (Herbst, et al., 2008)- more than one in FOUR transwomen! What happened, POZ magazine?! You've had stories from many poz transwomen throughout the years, yet there is no representation on the list this year. Epic fail this year in terms of trans inclusion and visibility.

January 12, 2011 San Francisco

penni

What about the people living with AIDS. Honestly mostly waht I see on this list are CEO's and directors... they get paid to do their job.

December 7, 2010

Jereme Scott

Congrats to all he 100 people who work so hard for our fight against AIDS. Great going Nelson. Jereme

November 30, 2010 Houston

Gary Higo

My hat tips to all who have made this list, for their efforts often go unrewarded. One obvious missing in my world is Dab Garner. He travels the world every week to advocate and educate the world on every part of this disease and if our community was without him, like the others listed we would be in a very bad spot. Dab you are my #1 and hero. Love you and keep up the incredible work you do for our community. BBH!

November 23, 2010 Jacksonville, FL

Bart

Mazeltov! Eric Sawyer and Charles King! Well deserved and said! However, where's the award for every HIV-positive person in this country that has to fight to obtain services and medications from bureaucracies and politicians that would sooner see them dead, rather than have their lunch or self-serving political and economic agendas? These battles are accomplished uncounted times every day. These PLWHAs are not the celebrated "beautiful people?" Survival is the reward.

November 19, 2010

Krishna Stone

Thank you for including our CEO Marjorie Hill, PhD and board member Robert Fullilove, PhD. Thank you also for including former GMHC staff members Gregg Gonsalves, Robert Barr and Ronald Johnson. Congratulations to all 100!!

November 18, 2010 New York City

Vel

Kudos to the 100. In addition, I'd like to also thank those individuals who are NOT named who work with our transgender brothers and sisters who were also NOT named.

November 17, 2010 Atlanta

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