Too Hot for July Takes to the Streets June 1

Too Hot for July (TH4J), Pittsburgh's only HIV awareness event, will be held Thursday, June 1, honoring those lost to, living with, and affected by HIV, and to educate the community about advancements in prevention and treatment that can end the epidemic.

The annual HIV awareness event, held on Hamilton Avenue in Larimer, is free and hosted by AIDS Free Pittsburgh, in partnership with True T Pgh. The event will feature a twerk off and vogue battle judged by Pittsburgh Ballroom legends, free HIV/STD testing, health information and activities, and on-site health professionals to answer questions about HIV and general wellness.

The hosts are Wadria Taylor, Naheen Binion, and Pissy. In addition to nationally known artist DreamDoll, the street party will showcase premiere Pittsburgh DJs, musical performers and artists including: Pillz, Auntie Chanel, Huny, Joshua Orange, Manny Dibachi, 412Step, Lexa Terrestrial, and Alumni Theatre Company.

Free HIV and STD testing and other wellness services will be provided by Allegheny Health Network's Center for Inclusion Health and Allies for Health + Wellbeing. Healthcare professionals will be on site to answer questions about HIV prevention, treatment, and general wellness.

Too Hot For July is FREE and open to the public. Click here for a recap of last year's event. For more information, visit AFP's Facebook page.
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