There are a lot of things worth protecting. One of them is your life. Use condoms every time!
"Using a condom during sex can prevent a number of health problems, such as unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases like Syphillis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and infection with HIV - the virus that causes AIDS. HIV is spread during sex through semen (cum), blood, and vaginal fluids. Always protect yourself."
Four photographs of a woman: combing hair, putting on lipstick and earrings, putting a condom in her handbag.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--PreventionBlacksCondomsHappinessInterpersonal relationsSafe sex in AIDS preventionWomen
HERO (Health Education Resource Organization)
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
43.0cm x 28.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
[Item title, item date], AIDS Education Collection; Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation; River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester.
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