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.
A closeup color photograph of two faces next to one another in which only one eye from each face is seen. The face on the left is a woman, indicated by a groomed eyebrow and by eyeshadow above the eye; the eye on the left is a man's eye with a bushy eyebrow. The "o" in the title word "stoppen" is a pink condom. The message is that condoms prevent the transmission of AIDS.
Three naked men in the foreground are playing ice hockey. Poster suggests that just as one protects himself while playing a dangerous sport such as ice hockey, practicing safe sex will also protect your life and health.