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A closed red tulip pointing towards a white rose in full bloom representing 'Love Question No 54', a message about the possible outcomes of love-making including STD's and HIV; one of a series of safe sex AIDS prevention advertisements by Folkhälsoinstitutet, RFSU and RFSL. Colour lithograph by Garbergs, ca. 1995.

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[1995?]

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Make love not AIDS. Love power. Love Power stöds av RFSU, RFSL och Folkhälsoinstitutet. Garbergs.

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[Stockholm] : Folkhälsoinstitutet : RFSU : RFSL, [1995?]

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1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 50 x 69.9 cm

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Wellcome Library no. 676357i

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A closed red tulip pointing towards a white rose in full bloom representing 'Love Question No 54', a message about the possible outcomes of love-making including STD's and HIV; one of a series of safe sex AIDS prevention advertisements by Folkhälsoinstitutet, RFSU and RFSL. Colour lithograph by Garbergs, ca. 1995. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC


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