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.
Two arms curved upward, hands with fingers extended. The arms cross at the wrists, and the fingers curve toward each other, forming the shape of an AIDS ribbon. Image is black/grey, on a white background. Title appears at the point where the wrists cross.