Poster shows three gay men in a bar having sex and kissing each other. Two of the men are shirtless and the other is wearing a leather vest. The man in the middle has his pants pulled down so that his buttocks are partially visible. The "A..." in the title is most likely meant to stand for the German word Arsch (in English, ass or butt).
Picture of two gay men; one is shirtless, with his jeans pulled down to expose his buttocks, and the other is kneeling before him and kissing his nipple. The "A..." in the title is most likely meant to stand for the German word Arsch (in English, ass or butt).
Translated additional poster text:They always have a good time with a rubber. Because condoms protect against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. That makes the sex for all parties involved much more easy - and safe with their good sense
Translated additional poster text: Prevention is not just something for men. Both should think about the condom. Every day in Germany seven people contract HIV. Condoms protect both partners against HIV/AIDS and other sexual diseases.
Translated additional poster text: A condom is so elastic that it almost always fits perfectly. And if the standard-sized rubber doesn't fit, there are appropriate models for exceptional sizes. That makes sex secure and relaxed. For you too!
Translated additional poster text:Do not be seduced by false arguments: Condoms are still the best protection against HIV and other sexual diseases. And that is reason enough to stand up for safer sex.
A nude man wearing only black shoes is laying on his back, his legs in the air, with his hands behind his knees holding his legs up. He is laying on a white background and the title wording (pink font on black diagonal bands) partially obscures the view of his body.
Translated additional poster text: The Red Ribbon is recognized as the symbol of solidarity with people who are infected with, ill with or endangered by AIDS, or the friends who are affected by it. Show your concern and commitment with the red ribbon. Your donation supports virtually all the hard work of the AIDS Foundation, AIDS support groups or other organizations used by people with HIV and AIDS. Many thanks for that.
Four panel depiction of a young male in various roles. Upper left panel depicts him assisting his mother with her blouse. Upper right panel depicts him on an examination table during his visit to the doctor. Lower left panel depicts him seated at a desk helping a client fill out an application. Lower right panel depicts him speaking with a woman (a store employee?) about a product he is holding.
Sepia photograph of a man holding two young children in his arms, a boy and a girl. It is night. Background appears to be a fabric of some sort (a sheet?). Poster is for an exhibit held at the Arbeitsweltmuseum in Speyr, Austria, Nov. 1-30, 1996.
Large, see-through plexiglass box filled with condoms of many different colors, especially blue, white, red. Title appears across the front of the box. Additional information in small letters across the bottom.
Poster shows a yellow, red, orange spiral that looks like the sun on a blue background. The text below says "LEBENSHAUS" refering to the Lebenshaus-Stiftung "House of Life Foundation" which provides outpatient care homes for people with AIDS.
Illustration of a positive sign (representing being HIV positive?) surrounded by an almost complete circle. Message of poster (inscribed in Letzebuergesh, German, French, and English) describes getting tested for AIDS as a life or death matter.
Poster shows an example of the artwork of Edith Hirsch and advertises an exhibit and sale of her art held in 1988 to benefit Österreichische AIDS-Hilfe. The painting is of several images superimposed: a butterfly, a woman's open legs, and an unrolled condom. In the lower right corner is a small green inchworm. The World AIDS Day logo for 1988 appears at the bottom of the poster, and apparently it fell during the dates of the exhibit.
STOP goes across the top in black; AIDS across the bottom. Between the words are nine small illustrations (three rows of three each), mostly enclosed in circles, which depict the various ways HIV can be transmitted. The first 5 illustrations show what NOT to do; these are in red circles with lines through them. The last three show actions which one would NOT transmit HIV.
Blurred photographic depiction of a young female and two young males in a club-like scene. The female is seated a table which has two alcoholic drinks on it. One of the males is leaning towards the female, holding his arm around her. The other male is seated at the table facing the first male and the female. Both males are holding condoms and showing them to each other. Part of the seated male's reflection can be seen in a nearby mirror. Several other people are standing in the background.
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.