Purple background with yellow and light purple text. Cartoons of two personified penises. One penis has a worried expression; the other is covered by a condom and is smiling, winking, and making a thumbs-up sign. Lower right corner shows logo for Durex, a brand of condoms. Poster humorously promotes the use of condoms for safe sex.
Black and white photograph of 2 Indian men embracing. Poster suggests the importance of speaking up against homophobia and discrimination based on sexuality, and provides contact information for 3 organizations that can provide information about sexuality and safer sex: the Metro Centre (a centre for lesbian, gay and bisexual people), DOST (a Naz Project London) and Shakti (South Asian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual Network). Poster also has logo for Rubberstuffers, an organization that provides free condoms in bars and clubs.
Grey background with black text. Photograph of animal tracks creating shape of an AIDS ribbon. Title is slogan of Eastern AIDS Support Triangle, a voluntary agency established 1991 to support those infected by HIV/AIDS and their families.
Poster depicts a Mughul miniature painting of two Indian men embracing under a tree. A sword and shield and an animal are resting at the bottom of the tree. Poster suggests the importance of being prepared to practice safe sex.
Poster depicts image of a woman holding a paper bag. She is standing behind the post and looking on viewer. She looks upset. There is a person with a dog walking on the background. Poster in black and white.