AIDS. AIDS is mainly spread through sexual contact with an infected man or woman. [...]
"AIDS is mainly spread through sexual contact with an infected man or woman.AIDS cannot be cured. It always kills.AIDS can be avoided by sticking to one faithful partner.Avoid anal sex. It's very dangerous.You can't tell who has AIDS by looking at them. Do not take the risk. If you must, at least get some protection by always using a condom (gumi) during intercourse."
Illustration of two condoms (rolled and unrolled. The "S" in AIDS is a snake with its fangs bared. The text describes how HIV/AIDS is transmitted.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TransmissionAnal sexCondomsDeathPromiscuitySnakes
Fiji. Ministry of Health. Health Education Unit
42.0cm x 29.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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