Poster depicts an unmade bed. Two pillows are partially shown: one is black and the other is black-and-white, with a pattern of circles encompassing radially-oriented swirls, reminiscent of the motion that induces hypnosis. A similarly patterned comforter is pulled back to reveal a white satin sheet with thin folds arranged in the shape of the word: Syphilis. The phrase "La Grande Simulatrice" is inscribed underneath in a red dot-matrix, suggestive of bullet holes. Possibly encourages the user to have the stealth of a skilled hunter to track down and eliminate undetectable STDS--by practicing safe sex.
A daisy consists of a condom for a center, and its petals are labeled l'écouter, titiller, beaucoup rire, tout goûter, les yeux bandés, désirer. The cover of the document Permis de Séduire [License to Seduce] is also displayed. Its design imitates a Permis de Conduire [driver's license], and it contains a condom and instructions on how to use it, as well as information on the modes of transmission of HIV.
A daisy consists of a condom for a center, and its petals are labeled un peu, beaucoup, la première fois, dans le noir, à trois, à la folie, pas du tout. The cover of the document Permis de Séduire [License to Seduce] is also displayed. Its design imitates a Permis de Conduire [driver's license], and it contains a condom and instructions on how to use it, as well as information on the modes of transmission of HIV.
A smiling, shirtless male couple are standing behind an oval sign board. One man is pointing to a wrapped condom sitting next to a tube of gel. The text on the board promotes using the two products together.
Translated additional poster text: Many sexually transmitted diseases do not have symptoms. If you have had sex without a condom, then you might have taken a risk. Talk about sexually transmitted diseases with your doctor. Check: www.sensoa.be/soa. Or call the AIDS and STD hotline 078 15 15 15.
Poster of a young man standing head on with crossed arms. He is staring directly into the camera and is holding an informational kit called "In Ze Pocket." In the background are cartoon depictions of birds, stars, and spaceships. Also in the background are clear or blurred spots or blobs of light in various sizes. Information for ordering the kit is provided under the poster's main text.
The trade cards are small, colorfully illustrated advertising cards touting a particular medicine and its many cures. The illustrations often have little to do with any of the ailments purported to be cured. They were pure advertising and very collectible.