Two black women hold a washing line to which condoms are pegged; advertising safe sex and AIDS prevention. Lithograph.
- Black HIV/AIDS Network.
- [between 1900 and 1999]
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Presumably the washing line was intended only as a means to display the different types of condoms. It could not have meant that the women had washed the condoms, as the wear and tear of washing and handling would have made the condoms unsafe
[Haringey, London] : Black HIV/AIDS Network, [between 1900 and 1999]
1 print : lithograph ; sheet 29.5 x 41.3 cm
HIV Do the right thing - use a condom
Black HIV/AIDS Network Black HIV/AIDS Network UK 3/07/2008 UkLW Transcription from the item Includes telephone number: 081 749 2828 of Black HIV/AIDS Network
Wellcome Library no. 666485i