Poster depicts a young woman standing with a serious look on her face, revealing her intolerance for sex without protection under any circumstance. She is facing forward with thumbs in pocket and holding an informational kit called "In Ze Pocket." Information for how to obtain the kit is given at the bottom of the poster.
Poster depicts a shirtless young man in jeans standing sideways with his hands in his pockets. He has a serious look on his face representing his resolute stance against sex without protection under any circumstances. Tucked underneath the band of his jeans is the informational kit "In Ze Pocket." Information for how to get the kit is provided at the bottom of the poster.
Poster depicts a photograph of a man smiling with only half his face showing; the other half of the photograph is blurry. It promotes the Sida Info Service in France which provides 24/7 information services. A red telephone cord in the shape of an AIDS ribbon is placed on top of the hotline number. The Services are confidential, anonymous, and free.
Poster depicts a naked woman from the waist up, with her arms crossed over her chest (partially hiding her breasts). Her posture suggests hopelessness. Poster also has information on the Hortefeux law in France which affects immigrants.
Two rows of four black and white drawings each, with text, illustrating step-by-step instructions for opening a condom wrapper, correctly putting on the condom, applying the gel, engaging in anal sex, removing the condom after ejaculation, and disposing of the condom.