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Some of my best friends are called John

England : South Birmingham Health Promotion Dept., c1991.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 42 cm.

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Poster is black and white with the picture caption and part of the visual in yellow. The visual shows a drawing of a young black couple, both wearing casual clothes. The young man is facing the woman, one hand on her shoulder and the other behind his back holding a condom packaged in yellow wrapping. The text of the poster emphasizes the importance of using condoms to help prevent HIV infections, AIDS, and other sexually transmitted diseases, as well as cervical cancer and unwanted pregnancy. It points out how easy it is to buy condoms and that regardless of the slang used when referring to condoms, they could be considered a best friend.

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<p>Poster is black and white with the picture caption and part of the visual in yellow. The visual shows a drawing of a young  black couple, both wearing casual clothes. The young man is facing the woman, one hand on her shoulder and the other behind his back holding a condom packaged in yellow wrapping.  The text of the poster emphasizes the importance of using condoms to help prevent HIV infections, AIDS, and other sexually transmitted diseases, as well as cervical cancer and unwanted pregnancy. It points out how easy it is to buy condoms and that regardless of the slang used when referring to condoms, they could be considered a best friend.</p>
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Some of my best friends are called John

England : South Birmingham Health Promotion Dept., c1991.

<p>Poster is black and white with the picture caption and part of the visual in yellow. The visual shows a drawing of a young  black couple, both wearing casual clothes. The young man is facing the woman, one hand on her shoulder and the other behind his back holding a condom packaged in yellow wrapping.  The text of the poster emphasizes the importance of using condoms to help prevent HIV infections, AIDS, and other sexually transmitted diseases, as well as cervical cancer and unwanted pregnancy. It points out how easy it is to buy condoms and that regardless of the slang used when referring to condoms, they could be considered a best friend.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 60 x 42 cm.

ABSTRACT

Poster is black and white with the picture caption and part of the visual in yellow. The visual shows a drawing of a young black couple, both wearing casual clothes. The young man is facing the woman, one hand on her shoulder and the other behind his back holding a condom packaged in yellow wrapping. The text of the poster emphasizes the importance of using condoms to help prevent HIV infections, AIDS, and other sexually transmitted diseases, as well as cervical cancer and unwanted pregnancy. It points out how easy it is to buy condoms and that regardless of the slang used when referring to condoms, they could be considered a best friend.

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