A MISTR Experience is coming to West Hollywood’s LGBT Rainbow District at 802 N. San Vicente Blvd, on the corner of Santa Monica Blvd and San Vicente Blvd. According to @heymistr on Instagram, there will be two shows on December 1 and 2, 2023, one starting at 9:30 p.m., and the other at 12:30 a.m. for both nights.
MISTR Instagram posted two reels promoting the MISTR Experience. The videos feature dancers Dream (@his1dreams), Miles Woods (@yungpolemaster) and Rico TV @badkidtv99. The reel was edited by Serega Shubentsev of Hot Stuff Show, which is a monthly Drag King, Masc & Royalty Show every 1st Saturday of the month at Tabu in Philadelphia.
MISTR signage went up at 802 N San Vicente Blvd in July, 2022. The building has been empty since the it was painted blue and so far has served as a giant billboard for MISTR. The upcoming experience is the first time there has been activity inside the building, which the reel reveals is still empty aside from the stripper pole that appears to have been added for the upcoming show.
MISTR offers free online access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), the once a day pill that is 99% effective at preventing HIV. It also offers free online PrEP and STI testing in all 50 states, D.C and Puerto Rico. Gay owned and operated, Mistr has brought together the best doctors, pharmacists, and problem solvers to make PrEP available to all who need it. No needles, no doctor’s office, no paperwork and free delivery.
Most insurance plans cover PrEP – if yours doesn’t, they can help you qualify for patient assistance programs, so you have no out-of-pocket costs. They handle all the paperwork for you, so it’s hassle free.
The required PrEP labs and doctor consult are free, as are all your STI testing. No needles or need to waste your time at the doctor’s office; you can do everything at home. If you already have a prescription for PrEP, they offer free delivery anywhere in the United States, and they make prescription renewals quick and effortless.
The Facts about PreP:
- PrEP is 99% effective at preventing HIV.
- Gay and bisexual men made up about 70% of the estimated 38,500 new HIV infections 2015. Yes, people still get HIV!
- In LA County, only 6,700 people are on PrEP, roughly 10% of the gay population in Los Angeles, and it’s even less in many other cities.
- Expanded use of PrEP, regular testing, and treatment means a world with ZERO new infections.
To learn more about the MISTR PrEP provider program, visit https://heymistr.com.