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Class of ’23

  • 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Friday September 22, 2023
  • Interspace | Ace Hotel Toronto
  • 51 Camden St

Class of ’23 is a series bringing sexual health, community, and movement together. Join us for a night of free programming at Ace Hotel Toronto, where together, we’ll dive into the importance of HIV education, get to know some of Ballroom’s most influential performers, and explore the beauty of voguing.

For our September edition, we’ll cover Consent and STBBIs with our friends at CANFAR and Sexfluent, followed by a Vogue masterclass and Q&A session with Overall Princess Tae West.

We’ll also offer HIV self-testing kits to take home, harm reduction kits and supplies, Jems condoms, resources for sex workers, and linkage to care.

Free entry to the Vogue Workshop is only valid for guests who attend the HIV education session. Those who fail to show up on time will need to purchase a ticket, priced at $20 plus fees.

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