The face of a youth advertising STOP AIDS evenings for young gay and bisexual men. Colour lithograph.

Date:
[between 1900 and 1999]
Reference:
667485i
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Publication/Creation

San Francisco : Stop AIDS Project, [between 1900 and 1999] (U.S.A. : Public Media Center)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in pink, grey and black ; sheet 61 x 40.9 cm

Lettering

"He looks young and healthy, so it's probably o.k." No matter how much we know about staying safe, we don't always do it. That's why young gay and bisexual men in San Francisco put together STOP AIDS evenings - one-time, free and friendly discussions about hot, healthy sex. We'll talk about how to thrive in the age of AIDS. Give us a call today. Let's help each other build our future. Bears logo: STOP AIDS Project Volunteers needed for the Young Men's Program Bears logo: Young Gay Together (two male figures within a circle) Lettering continues: This advertisement is funded by the Office of AIDS, California State Department of Health Services, and the San Francisco Department of Health AIDS office. Prepared by Public Media Center. Includes telephone number

Copyright note

Stop AIDS Project California State Department of Health Services San Francisco Department of Health AIDS office Public Media Center 19-- 12/08/2008 UkLW Transcription from the item

Reference

Wellcome Collection 667485i

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