This poster depicts a grainy black and white photograph of a young white man with his head and chest visible, lying face-up on his back with his head on a pillow. His eyes are shut and his brow is furrowed, lips are slightly open, suggesting that he is in the act of intercourse. The text of the poster suggests the importance of not making assumptions, and of knowing about the other person’s HIV status to prevent contracting it.
Translated additional poster text: No matter when. No matter where. No matter who. HIV/AIDS has no preference. Get the facts and educate yourself about the methods of stopping transmission of HIV and its identification.
Photograph of boy, casually dressed in a tee-shirt, a necklace, and jeans. He is standing against a brick wall, facing the camera and smiling. To the right is a written profile of the boy: Étudiant moyen. Aime rigoler... Se fâche quand les gens disent que le VIH/sida n'est plus un grave problème. [Average student. Likes to have a good time... Gets angry when people say that HIV/AIDS is no longer a serious problem.]
The poster shows a picture of stuff leftover from a party like: a spoon, hypodermic needles, condoms, bottlecaps, a cup, pop corn and a piece of pizza. Next to the title there is also a picture of a condom as an essential guard during a party.
The poster shows a picture featuring 9 people who (supposedly) are HIV positive. All are smiling and looking happy. Below the portrait are the words: "Be Real. Respect. Protect. Each other. Next time you have sex, think about the thungs going on in your head-and his. Your life's important-so is his. ru4real.ca"
A head-shot of a young man with an expressionless face, gazing directly at the viewer, with his right fist supporting his chin. He has long straight brown hair, brown eyes, and a light complexion; he wears a long-sleeved blue shirt with the collar open. A glimpse of a wrist watch can be seen peeking out from the shirt cuff on his right wrist.
The poster shows a picture of the same couple but in 3 different positions, the first they are hugging each other,the 2nd the girl is sitting on the laps of her partner and her arms around his neck, they are smiling and the third pose the couple are lip kissing each other. In the 3 positions there is a heart drawing on each one
In the poster there are 1 or 2 pieces of jewelry, possibly used for body piercing. There is also a small picture of a toaster labeled "CASSDIDThis". An AIDS ribbon appears next to the name "AIDS Committee of London". A needle appears in the L of "Skin 'n steel". A red drop of blood appears under the title.