He's not immortal. He's just young
"He's also gay. Busy enjoying life, making new friends. It's easy at his age to forget about AIDS. To feel invulnerable, that there's no need to worry. The fact is that many gay men now becoming infected are young. That doesn't mean no more sex. But it does mean taking more care. If you want to know exactly what that means, call one of the following numbers. For understanding, advice or help."
Photograph of a man leaning against a building on a city street.
AIDS Education Collection
Choose Safer Sex (II)
Community health servicesComputersHappinessHIV infectionsMenNatureUnsafe sexYouth
Health Education Authority
21.0cm x 29.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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