Translated poster text: After more than two decades, AIDS continues to be an amazing tragedy. United we can combat it.After more than two decades, it's still a tragic trend. Know your HIVE status, protect yourself, volunteer, or donate.
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."
Poster shows the lower half of a young man's body seated on a physician's examination table. He is in a t-shirt and shorts, and is barefoot. He also has a necklace with "dogtags" attached. There are hand-drawn male and female symbols on the poster. There is also a cartoon of a male figure with a cartoon bubble over his head containing an "equation" of a male stick figure plus a female stick figure equals a heart. To the right, a female figure's bubble has the words "Talk about safer SX [i.e. sex]". In the French version, the cartoon is similar, but the bubble over the female figure's head says "Parlons securi-SX."
One side of the card displays a colorful illustration of a man and a woman riding in a train or a trolly. The well-dressed man in top hat and coat is seated reading a paper, with his valise on the floor by his side. The woman, who is standing, carries a basket apparently full of vegetables from her marketing. She is looking sideways back at the seated man with a look of great annoyance on her face, and the heel of one of her boots is in top of the man's foot. He grins as if to say that he does not feel any pain. At the bottom of the picture is the line: Gent. I can support anything, I use Mennen's Sure Corn Killer. In the bottom right corner is a small inset with pictures of two feet, one labeled "before" and one labeled "after," to illustrate the effectiveness of the product.