Two muscular young men, clad only in undershorts and shorts, are enjoying a picnic in a grain field. In the foreground, one man lies on his back on a blanket, shorts open in front and pulled down to reveal his undershorts. He holds hands and looks fondly into the face of his lover, who is sitting up next to him, dressed only in undershorts. Their eyes display love for each other. An open picnic basket sits nearby, and one can see some bread, some wine, some watermelon, and some red condoms. The scene is one of idyllic pleasure, and also of safety and security.
A color photograph shows a man dressed in a suit and tie seated behind a desk in an office, surrounded by shelves full of books. His closed right hand is raised with thumb pointing up in a "thumbs up" sign; on his thumb is a condom. The word "ohne" (without) is next to the condom. The man is probably in his thirties, wears glasses, and has a professional desk job, perhaps as an archivist, lawyer or accountant. The message is that a mature, well-educated professional gay man will not have sex unless condoms are used for protection.