A childlike drawing done with crayolas shows a childish figure standing on a tuft of grass, over the word "eu" (me). There are two tufts of grass nearby over the words "pai" (father) and "mãe" (mother). The absence of any figures over those words suggests that the child has lost his or her parents to AIDS.
This poster is a collection of colored drawings in a comic book style. These pictures tell a story of a gay man who is looking for love. It resembles a situation comedy, for instance, the hero is watching TV and getting information on different subjects. The story is building up to a conviction that he could have unsafe sex, because in the news he is hearing that scientists have some drugs that improve the immune systems of people with AIDS. When he meets with his partner he ridicules him for trying to use condom; he declares "haven’t you seen the news on TV?" When he learns that his partner does not have TV, he tells him you are so uniformed, how do you get through life?
Poster shows three drawn black and white pictures. One of them depicts woman sitting on a chair and coughing. She wears shirt, skirt and sandals. She covers her mouth with her hand when coughing. The second one is a picture of lungs, afflicted by tuberculosis. The third one is a picture of geometrical figures, which represent tubercles bacillus.
In small print at the bottom of the poster: "Production of this resource has been made possible by a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada" and "The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the official policy of the Public Health Agency of Canada."